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Sucking on your infant's pacifier could protect against allergies, research says
Parents, don't be afraid to suck. That's the advice of new research that, while distasteful – maybe literally, depending on where the pacifier's been dropped – could protect infants from developing al...

Sucking your baby's pacifier might protect them from allergies, study says
NEW YORK (CNN) — Your baby's pacifier falls on the floor. Before giving it back to your child, do you wash it in a sink or, perhaps reluctantly, clean it with your own saliva? Don't feel too guilty if ...

Cleaning Your Baby’s Pacifier by Sucking on It Prevents Allergies, New Research Suggests
It’s a scene parents and caregivers are all too familiar with: an infant’s pacifier falls to the floor. When this happened with my first born, I rushed to clean the soiled soother by boiling ...

Licking Pacifier to Clean It May Cut Allergy Risk
SEATTLE — Licking a pacifier to clean it before giving it to your child might help prevent allergies, according to research presented here at the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 2018 ...

Sucking on your baby’s pacifier to clean it may be good for their health, study says
Could sucking on your baby’s pacifier reduce their risk of developing asthma and allergies? According to a new study, it just might. In a study released Friday by the Henry Ford Health System in Detro...

Parental Pacifier Sucking May Lower Kids' Allergy Risks
SEATTLE -- Some moms or dads would think nothing of "cleaning" their baby's pacifier after it has fallen on the floor by popping it into their own mouths, while others would be horrified by the idea. ...

What May Happen To Allergies If You Suck On Your Infant's Pacifier
Could it actually be helpful to suck? Yes, some parents suck. When their baby's pacifier fall out of baby's mouth and on to the floor, they may not clean it with soap and water, put it through the dis...

Cleaning Your Baby's Pacifier with Your Own Saliva Could Help Ward Off Allergies, New Study Says
According to the results of a new study conducted by the Henry Ford Health System, sucking on your baby’s pacifier could help prevent the child from developing allergies and asthma. Over a course of 1...

Study: Sucking your baby's pacifier could help prevent allergies, asthma
(NBC NEWS) -- Many moms and dads would give anything to prevent their newborn babies from developing allergies or asthma. A new study suggests it may be as simple as giving infants your own germs. Res...

Cleaning your baby’s pacifier with spit might have surprising benefits
Swapping spit is usually something we try to avoid, smooches notwithstanding. But we wouldn’t be Popular Science if we didn’t tell you why you shouldn’t be grossed out by something that is, well, pret...

Sucking on Your Kid's Pacifier May Actually Be Good for Them -- No, Seriously
Many parents share one common shame-filled secret. No, it's not that they secretly enjoy Kidz Bop in their alone time; it's that they've totally sucked on their kid's pacifier to clean it off ...

Study: Sucking on your baby’s pacifier may protect them from allergies
New research being presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology’s annual meeting in Seattle this week suggests there’s a link between parental sucking on a pacifier and a lower ...