The rates of asthma and allergies were lower among children who were raised on a farm than those who visited farms and those who never spent time on a farm, a European study found. Researchers also found a lower risk of developing asthma and hay fever among children who had contact with cows and drank their milk. The findings appear in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
Farm exposure reduces risk of allergies, asthma in children
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