Could sucking your baby's pacifier cut allergy risk?
From ABC News:
We've all seen it. A pacifier tumbles out of a crying baby's mouth and hits the floor with a wet thump.
Maybe it bounces once or twice.
Some parents throw it right in the trash. Others boil it. Some just give it a rinse in the sink.
But some moms pick up the pacifier, put it in their mouth and hand it right back to baby, and a new study suggests the practice may be associated with fewer allergies later on. Read more.