A little dirt, germs good for children's health

12/10/2009 | Yahoo!

Researchers said the trend toward ultra-hygienic environments for children may raise their level of inflammation as adults and increase their risk of disease, including heart disease. They said the message to parents is that exposure to common microbes and bacteria is healthier for children and offers some protection against disease in the future.

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