Study: Sucking your baby’s pacifier might protect them from allergies

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A new study reveals a strange idea to help protect your child – sucking on the baby’s pacifiers. 

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According to researchers, parents sucking on their child’s pacifiers can help protect the child from allergies. 

Researchers believe that the bacteria in a mother or father’s spit can help build up a baby’s immune system. 

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