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THURS., FEB. 24, 2011: JUST-RELEASED NATURAL HEALTH STUDY
STUDY CONFIRMS ABSENCE OF MICROBES AS CAUSE OF ASTHMA: Studies over the years have shown that children living on farms are significantly less likely to develop asthma than other children living in the same area; and researchers have hypothesized that exposure on farms, to a wider diversity of bacteria may be protective against asthma. A large, new study has confirmed this hypothesis. Also, the research team identified specific species of bacilli, staphylococci and fungi that may be responsible for this protective benefit. The mechanism by which these bugs prevent asthma is far from established. (However, long-standing theory suggests that exposure to more microbes early in childhood when the immune system is developing teaches the body not to overreact later in life when these bacteria are encountered. Asthma, hay fever and numerous other autoimmune disorders are theorized to be an immune overreaction to harmless agents.) Microbial diversity alone may not be enough to prevent asthma; it may require species in a particular combination, which future studies could pinpoint. This study was released today, February 24, 2011 and will be published in a future issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. It is available online now at http://bit.ly/gLA4cT with subscription or fee.

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The oldest living man, who is 111, and the oldest living woman, who is 116, both live in Japan.

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