Scientists have learned what causes allergies in babies
Researchers from the United States revealed a factor that increases the risk of asthma and allergies in young children.
According to experts, this process is affected by some bacterial fatty molecules in the intestines of babies, which are responsible for the dysfunction of the immune system.
As part of the research, academicians analyzed the intestinal microflora of 200 one-month-old infants.
As a result, it was found that future allergy sufferers or asthmatics in the microflora had a huge number of microbes that produced the fatty molecule 12,13-diHOME.
This molecule weakens the work of the immune system, and also 12,13-di is responsible for stimulating the activity of Taurus, which determine the development of asthma and allergies.
Academics believe that this scientific discovery should help invent a vaccine against the aforementioned ailments.