A new report shows that people are less likely to get sick from wearing old clothes, shoes and other items.
The report was published in the journal Public Health Reports.
The researchers looked at data from 2,000 people living in Sydney, Australia.
In a survey, people were asked about their clothing habits and then were asked to answer a series of questions.
They were then asked to count how many times they had worn the same clothes over the past six months.
They found that people who were regularly wearing the same items were less likely than people who wore different ones to get a cold.
The survey also showed that people were more likely to feel uncomfortable wearing the clothes they were told to.
The study’s lead author, Dr Robert Rutter, from the University of Sydney’s Department of Health Sciences, said the results showed that clothes were a powerful tool to prevent and treat illness.
“Our study found that, on average, people who wear clothes that are familiar to them are less ill,” Dr Rutter said.
“People wearing clothes familiar to themselves have fewer symptoms, are more likely not to have symptoms and are more satisfied with their health.”
Dr Rutter added that people wearing clothes that were different to their own tended to be more satisfied.
“For example, if you wear jeans, it might be a sign that you are not getting sick,” Dr Dyer said.
Dr Dyer also said it was important to think about how clothing shapes our health.
“The way that clothing shapes your body shape affects how much weight you gain, how much water you lose, how many diseases you develop,” Dr Jardine said.
The data was gathered from a study called The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Health Survey, which is a comprehensive survey of more than 14,000 health-related data collected by the WHO between 2003 and 2018.
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