Exposure to dogs may protect children from asthma

Exposure to dogs may protect children from asthma

Recent studies demonstrating higher immunity and protection against asthma may threaten the lucrative vaccination duties of pediatrics and the vaccine production of Big Pharma.

Two studies concluded that infants in homes with furry dogs or cats had better protection from viral infections that normally lead to bronchial problems, including asthma, which has been increasing on the young over the past few decades of increased childhood vaccination schedules.

The studies concluded that non-vaccinated children’s immune systems were stronger among those whose homes were occupied by at least one furry animal than those who were vaccinated in homes without animals.

These studies expand the notion that immunity is developed naturally by being exposed to some microbes in the environment rather than bypassing the immune system with toxic vaccinations that overburden the immune system.

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  1. What a cute pic!

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