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Lack of exposure to 'natural environment' can cause allergies study claims

Friday, 18 May 2012

A lack of exposure to a "natural environment" could be causing more urban dwellers to develop allergies and asthma, research has suggested.

Finnish scientists said certain bacteria, shown to be beneficial for human health, are found in greater abundance in non-urban surroundings.

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