Study says eating boogers may actually be good for your health – Blast

Scott Naper, associate professor at the University of Saskatchewan theorizes that exposing the body to germs found in mucous may boost the immune system. “It might serve as almost a natural vaccination, if you will,” Napper told CTV.“Simply picking

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