Sucking may be one of the most beneficial ways to clean a baby's dirty pacifier, a study found
May 6, 2013 Instead of rinsing off the pacifier when it falls out of your baby's mouth, new research suggests that sucking it clean for them could help keep them from developing eczema and asthma. Researchers say the harmless bacteria in parents' saliva works by stimulating the babies' immune system.
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Evening primrose, also known as sundrops, may be more useful in the garden than in the medicine cabinet.
April 30, 2013 The natural remedy is a popular option for people who aren't satisfied with standard medical treatments for eczema. But a review of the studies finds that evening primrose doesn't help with symptoms.
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