PETS

Having a pet at home is harmful and extremely dangerous practice. People and animals are different species and their illnesses for one another can have fatal consequences. Domestic animals release into the environment in which you live hair, dead cells, urine and excrements. They fall into our food, in bed, on the table, in the air this way day after day the human body is placed in danger of developing allergies because of the continuing attack on the immune system of non-specific for it irritants (antigens). Animals are carriers of ringworm which causes slow and painful death. It is unacceptable to keep animals at home especially when in the house there is a newborn baby or a small child. The immune system of children is extremely fragile and its development ends after puberty with the involution (declining function activity) of the thymus gland. Example of a danger stemming from one of the most popular pets - the cat is cat's scratch namely that in young children and adolescents it leads to painful increase in cervical lymph nodes.

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