Daily Dose: Skin cancer always a risk, even in winter


17 May 2017

Skin cancer always a risk – even in winter

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Want to protect your kids from obesity and allergies? Getting a family dog might just do the trick. Canadian scientists have found that babies in families with pets carried greater amounts of the kinds of beneficial bacteria which are linked to a lowered risk of both conditions in their digestive tracts. The researchers believe that by being exposed to a variety of bacteria early on in life, for instance those living in a dog’s fur, individuals may develop immunity that helps protect them against diseases as they grow up.


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