A newly published study conducted at the University of Helsinki confirms that people who grow up in rural environments are less likely to develop autoimmune and inflammatory diseases including allergies. The study suggests that this may be due to continued exposure to a wider variety of beneficial microbes that protect against inflammatory disorders.
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