Parents sucking pacifiers lowers allergy development

A new study published in June 2013 found that parents who sucked on their babies pacifiers to clean them lowered the incidence of allergy development and eczema. The microbes in parents saliva were transferred to the baby which improved their immunity. So, the next step I believe is to make sure the parent’s immune system is in good shape. That is something we can help with too. Now that you know that you should suck on your baby’s soother/pacifier before putting it back in their mouth. Next, how do you know if your baby is ready for solids? Read about it here

Sucking on your baby's pacifier before they do decreases allergies and asthma

Sucking on your baby’s pacifier before they do decreases allergies and asthma

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