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Message Subject <<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...now its Vietnam and spreading?
Poster Handle arkay
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At last some common sense!

While reading the last article there was a side link to this next article, which is not completely true to our topic here, I thought it a worthwhile article to post anyway.

We in the west are constantly bombarded with advertisments extolling the wonders and benefits of so many consumer products that will steralize this and that in our homes and for our kids benefit, which I have always been quite annoyed with as they actually do too much.

Well from the people at Harvard, we can feel a lot less guilty when we dont quite get all those "essential" cleaning duties completed around home, as those advertisers would imply.

Being too clean is bad for children, says doctor.

Doctor says cleanliness is important, but parents don’t have to get paranoid

By Mahmood Saberi, Senior Reporter
Published: 11:25 July 23, 2012

Dubai: The news is not likely to make parents happy but children will in all probability jump for joy. A study says that protecting children in an over-clean atmosphere at home and outside is more likely to damage their immunity than allowing them to live in a less-than-spotless environment. Evidence is growing that dirt and germs can protect against disease — and that our indoor-based, ultra-clean lifestyles are bad for our health.

It is said that without exposure to dirt and germs early in life, the immune system doesn’t learn how to control its reaction to invaders such as dust and pollen. The latest evidence comes from Harvard Medical School, which conducted studies that show the critical importance of proper immune conditioning by microbes during the earliest periods of life.


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