Higher levels of cleanliness increased allergy hospital admissions by 33 percent in five years



HOSPITAL admissions for allergic reactions and anapylactic shock has increased by more than a third in England during the past five years.
Data from NHS Digital shows there were 29,544 hospital admissions in 2015-16 for allergic reactions.
That compares to 22,206 admissions in 2011-12.
Doctors say rising levels of cleanliness have lowered people's natural resistance to bacteria and dust which cause common allergies.
"The fact that we're living in a much cleaner world than a hundred years ago is the main factor behind the rise in the number of admissions for allergies," Dr Donald... read more

 
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