1  )     It seems like common sense to most parents to make sure their baby is always in a clean place. Most parents do their

(    )     Dr Gilbert wrote that letting children get dirty was largely beneficial. Exposing small kids to dirt helps

(    )     around, but if they’re interacting with a dog and the dog licks their face, that’s not a bad thing.”

(    )     to protect their kids too much and try too hard to clean everything that children use. He said parents now over-

(    )     America’s NPR news station that: “It’s fine to wash their hands if there’s a…flu virus going

(    )     sensitive, which can lead to things like asthma, eczema, and food allergies. Gilbert even defended the “five-

(    )     second rule”. Many people think it is OK to eat something that fell on the floor for fewer

(    )     of bacteria. He did research into how dirt and bacteria affect children. He published his research in a book

(    )     part of making babies stronger. Dr Jack Gilbert from the University of Chicago studies the ecosystems

(    )     best to keep dirt and bacteria away from their little ones. However, a scientist says dirt is an important

(    )     than five seconds. Gilbert says it is OK to eat something that fell on the floor as long as the floor isn’t really dirty.

(    )     called ‘Dirt is Good: The Advantage of Germs for Your Child’s Developing Immune System’. He told

(    )     sterilize everything in the home. This causes children’s immune systems to become too

(    )     them to build their immune system. Dr Gilbert even argues that children often get allergies because parents try



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