Scientists explain why the hide is getting healthier


MOSCOW, 28 March – RIA Novosti, Tatiana Pichugin. Science is increasingly confirming that rural children are becoming healthier than urban children. “Farm impact” is defined by the rich and vibrant environment in which the cities are located. It is believed to be made stronger by several viruses, bacteria, fungi training our immune system from birth.

I have a wealth of wealth

By the end of the 20th century the number of policemen and other allergies jumped quickly. They were even known as life after a community after business. In 1989, David Strachen, an epidemiologist in the London Tropical School of Medicine and Medicine, examined the history of more than 17,000 children born in the 1950s, highlighting the link between health and better quality of life and explained with the help of a t -Cheers".

According to the scientist, the protection of early childhood diseases, which can be obtained through contact with older brothers and sisters or from mothers before they were born, protection against allergies. Later diseases that can be spread from younger close relatives can enhance this protection.

As families have become smaller, the quality of home cleaning has improved, levels of personal cleanliness have increased, younger generations are less visible than microbial effects, and this leads to a rise in allergy, t which are particularly pronounced in more affluent homes. Such a decision made Strechen.

Today, Britain's ideas have influenced the micro-community of microphones – human compassion. Depending on this view, minors and full child packs are, at a fairly unconventional stage of birth, gradually re-adopted by minibeasts. Their colonies are formed by about a year and have a profound impact on the subsequent regeneration of the species.

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Thinks consume in their nails and attract a lot of its finger in many children. Parents react to this bad reason and try to waken the child from poor behavior, but it is reinforced by the child's micro-bug.

Scientists from New Zealand and Canada decided how to deal with a change of allergy. They used data from the Dunedin Constituted Survey, a specific project involving 1037 children born in the town of Dunedin of New Zealand from 1972-1973. Topics were inspected up to the age of 38, examined and examined 12 times during the trial, starting from three years.

At 13 and 32 years of age, participants were tested on the exam in the exam. At the same time, a handle on the scalp is a bit scratched, a number of apartments are affected and leave for about twenty minutes. If the distribution site is red and spread, there is an allergic reaction.

In the analysis, we tried to take an account of what the boy had been given by the animal, whether he had pets, whether parents smoke, who has a family. species and their socio-economic status.

Of the 724 people (31 per cent) it was the smallest of people who replied to include old practices when they were young. Level of response to test among participants was 'bad' practices higher – 49 per cent. At the same time, no link has been made between practices and the precise presence of diseases in people.

Canadian scientists studied the relationship between the family in which pets were used for wool and allergies. The experts were responsible for the biological data analysis of partners aged three to four months of the largest group survey, CHILD. Mothers were recruited for the project even before children were born from 2009 to 2012 in Vancouver, Edmonton and Toronto.

Nearly half of the 746 children who had a study of authors had at least one pet at home or was in the mother's family when she was pregnant. Children of Ruminococcus and Oscillospira had more bacteria, including those growing up to domestic animals.

The two bacteria are found in dogs and cats. Some surveys show that Oscillospira is pulling out the poorest people and that it is short of people who are overweight. And Ruminococcus is found in places where babies are breastfeeding, which is more likely to develop allergens.

In addition, children have fewer bottles of streptococcal bacteria surrounded by pets and this can reduce your risk of allergy.

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"Children, drink, milk"

Positive ideas and ideas about the microbiome are still controversial, but one of the topics has been substantiated by many studies: “farming impact”. Quite simply, children are not at risk of going against the allergy.

As Markus Ege from the Children's Hospital is named after Dr Richard McCarthy. von Hoyter at Munich writes in a review article, the effect of the farm is explained by two reasons: the children drink raw milk and communicate with cattle and hay.

In a cow's stomach, foodstuffs of food plants always proceed with bacteria, produce volatile components and children can bring them in, particularly propionates and fatty acids. in the short series. These connections are seen to be inflating in the air of the airway that led to allergies.

Farm animals themselves, feces, food – all this is a different source of different liquids. If they are affecting a pregnant woman, they also affect the baby's internal defenses, says Ege. For example, at school age, the symptoms of endotoxins CD14 and TLR4 are higher in urban children.

Invertebrates are materials that cool up with grammatical bacteria, such as acinetobacteria. Although they are dangerous to humans, there is evidence from experiments on mice that their methane has to protect the body before and after birth from respiratory allergy.

The problem, however, is that endotoxins, which are reducing the likelihood of growing allergens, are adding to the bite of the onset of an allergic bottom. Similarly, pathogenic insects are more likely to develop in their development, although microbes tend to protect against algae. It is not clear how you arrange this paradox. It is clearly not just a healthy environment.


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