Thirsty babies catch gastroenteritis sooner than their home mates, but in return, they have to deal with fewer digestive diseases in their early years of education, according to a Dutch study.
Gastroenteritis is more likely to get gastritis, but it also has its benefitsMore than 2,200 children were screened in the survey: 83 percent of them were in their wake before they were one year old. These children had a 13 percent higher rate of acute gastroenteritis in their first two years of weaning, which is commonly referred to as stomach flu or gastroenteritis. However, it promises to protect you laterthat is, these children are less likely to develop similar viral infections during the pre-school period - between 3 and 6 years old.
"It is understandable that your hunger is more likely to have gastro-intestinal disease, but you are not at all risk of having a disease rather than less. Marieke de Hoog, a fellow at the University of Utrecht.
According to the expert, it is not excluded that the protection developed in the youth it can take up to 6 years, however, further research is needed to support this.
Gastrointestinal inflammation is usually associated with vomiting and / or diarrhea, but is not considered dangerous on its own. Outbreaks can be problematic, so up to 300 deaths per year among children under the age of 5 are caused by another harmless disease.
The research was published in Pediatrics.