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Whether environmental exposure to bacterial endotoxin protects against asthma is questionable. According to a recent review in Thorax, the evidence is equivocal. Endotoxin is common in the environment—in homes, especially those with pets, and in occupational, especially agricultural, environments. Recent studies indicate that exposure to it might reduce atopy …