Yeah, that would fall under “Duh!”

The finding, in The New England Journal of Medicine, addresses a condition that afflicts 2 percent of American children.

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  1. Could be – equally, I don’t know any people that grew up with furry pets that have any sort of pet allergy (not saying that doesn’t happen, of course) – early exposure to all sorts of things most likely can contribute to not developing allergies.

    Allergies appeared to really only become noticed once we had a few generations of over protective parents keeping their kids way from nothing and everything they fear.

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