NEW research conducted at Aarhus University in Denmark has determined that people who lived on a livestock farm as a young child are half as likely as their urban counterparts to develop the most common inflammatory bowel diseases: ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease.
"It is extremely exciting that we can now see that not only allergic diseases but also more classic inflammatory diseases appear to depend on the environment we are exposed to earl
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