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Early Exposure to germs improve immune system

저작시기 2012.04 |등록일 2014.11.05 워드파일MS 워드 (docx) | 7페이지 | 가격 1,000원

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1. Introduction
2. Principle
3. Application
4. Experience
5. Conclusion

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Introduction
The rates ofasthmaand allergy in the U.S have been increasing in recent decades especially among children. According to the research, approximately 20% of the population now suffers from allergic rhinitis and asthma. When we were little, parents always told us to stay clean, wash our hands every time we get home and warned us not to touch dirty things. However, in spite of their hard work to make their kids germ-free, children still wheeze, sneeze and cough. Why is this happening? This phenomenon can be explained by hygiene Hypothesis, which says that contact with bacteria and other microbes is necessary to building a normal immune system. According to Markus Ege, an epidemiologist at the Children’s hospital of Munich, he asserted that “Bacteria can be beneficial for asthma” “You have to have microbes that educate the immune system. But you have to have the right ones.” Parents should stop scrubbing their homes and let their

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