Pets can reduce children's risk of food allergies, study claims

Pets are not allowed near the children of the house. Because, many people think that various diseases spread among children from these pets. But recent research says otherwise. A recent study found that children who spent most of their time with pets were less likely to develop food allergies than other children.

A study of more than 65,000 children in Japan found that those who had a pet such as a dog or cat at home, or who grew up with them openly, had a 13 to 16 percent reduction in the risk of developing food allergies. One of the researchers said, 'The problem of contracting such diseases in contact with pets can be greatly prevented.'

Studies have shown that children who spend their childhood in contact with cats are less likely to develop allergies to foods made from eggs, soybeans and wheat. A pet dog at home can also reduce children's risk of allergies to eggs, milk and nuts. Although this allergy has nothing to do with birds or turtles.


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