Research Says That Big-Headed Babies Are More Likely To Be Intelligent and Smarter
11Exposure to pet leads to healthier babies
There is good news for those pet lovers as a study has revealed that having a pet at home may result in good health for their baby. A baby will be healthier even if the pregnant woman is exposed to the pets. This definitely clears the doubts of all those who feel that having pets at home is riskier, health-wise for babies.
12The research on pet’s effect on new born kids
746 households were studied by the researchers at University of Alberta for a period of three years. They found that the babies of those households in which mother and baby were exposed to the pets such as cats and dogs had “good for you” gut bacteria in higher levels than those babies who were not exposed to pets.
13Benefit of bacteria
The benefit of “good for you” gut bacteria is that it helps the kid in fighting the health problems such as obesity and allergies. There is no denying the fact that the pets such as dogs and cats have germs and bacteria but sometimes they are helpful too.
14Precaution is also necessary
We have said that dogs and cats are beneficial for the health of your babies but there are some points that should be taken care of. Make sure that your pet doesn’t lick your baby’s face and mouth with its tongue and don’t let them sleep near your kid as it may result in breathing problem for your kid.
There is no reason to worry if your kid has a big head; in fact it may a reason to celebrate as it indicates that your kid will be more intelligent and smarter. You also need not worry for your new-born baby if you have dogs or cats at home as they are also helpful in making your kid healthier.