i told you not to call it a comeback
posted by mr. nice guy at 12:58 PM
OK, but (and I can't BELIEVE this is what finally prompted me to de-lurk) there's a giant confound there, because in order to afford either daycare or the leisure time to attend playgroups, most families need to be firmly middle class or higher. I'd be interested to see how the study broke down in terms of corrolation with income. Sorry to be a pedantic git-- over and out.
may! (what does the "F" stand for? flower? fifteenth? funk? fly? freak?) ... excellent, excellent point. thanks. let's bring economic station into the equation. seems blindingly logical and if i had been thinking when i posted that link, i'd like to think i'd have come up with that angle. i love it when people comment (de-lurk, even!) and say something thoughtful. i didn't even bother formulating a thought/conclusion/insight but that's the beauty of these here interblogs ... i don't have to!
The article says, "It is thought early infections may help the body fight off the disease." So, I guess the fact that my kids touch everything and then put their hands in their mouth is a good thing.
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