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Asthma: breathing in some fresh air on the farm!

Growing up on a farm is thought to have a protective effect against asthma. The key period appears to be the first 12 months of life, thanks in part to an environment beneficial to the gut microbiome, and to the existence of a gut-lung axis. With many city dwellers currently considering leaving t...
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ECZEMA + STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS = INCREASED RISK OF FOOD ALLERGY?

Staphylococcus aureus infections could be related to a greater risk of food allergies in young children with severe eczema, according to an international study that opens the way to the development of new approaches to prevent food allergies.   Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium that is...
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A little farm dust for your asthma?

Previous studies have shown that growing up in a farm protects against asthma and allergies. This time, researchers tried to dig deeper by analyzing the microbial composition of dust in farm homes vs. non-farm homes. Objective: identifying an indoor microbiota that promotes good health.   ...
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Allergies

Sneezing, runny nose ... pollens are not the only culprits! And while the intestinal microbiota also has its share of responsibility ...
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Allergies: the role of microbiota

Recent scientific publications have added new data on the involvement of the various microbiota in asthma, food allergies (eggs, milk, peanuts, etc.), allergic rhinitis, and atopic dermatitis. For example, we are told that Staphylococcus aureus causes atopic dermatitis. Recent analyses have shown...
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