Parents Urged To Suck Infants' Pacifiers To Prevent Allergies

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Parents Urged To Suck Infants' Pacifiers To Prevent Allergies

A study found that parents could help prevent allergies in their infants by sucking on their children’s pacifiers before returning them to the kids, thereby introducing them to a variety of oral bacteria and aiding their immune system development. What do you think?

  • “Owning a baby just keeps getting grosser and grosser.”

    Alexander Bonnet
    Unemployed
  • “It’s been quite a while since I’ve sucked on a pacifier. But not quite as long as you might hope.”

    Aurora Roland
    Silhouette Artist
  • “I don’t love my kid that much.”

    Werner Schafer
    Engine Assembler