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Farm life found to decrease risk of allergies, respiratory illness, and some skin conditions

City dwellers often experience internal conflicts. The stresses and complaints of living in dense populations often bring people to their breaking point, wanting to escape from it all. And some of us daydream about moving to the country for its … The post Farm life found to decrease risk of allergies, respiratory illness, and some skin conditions appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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