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Parents sucking on a baby’s pacifier help to prevent allergies?
Gothenburg - A report suggests that parental sucking on the baby's pacifier (or ‘dummy’) offers the infant some protection against developing certain allergies when the infant becomes older.
Video: Babies battle it out for possession of pacifier
A YouTube video posted in Nov. 2010 is suddenly attracting a lot of attention on the Web this week. The footage shows two babies battling it out to take possession of a pacifier.
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