Gut Microbiota in Cesarean-Born Babies Catches Up

Gut Microbiota in Cesarean-Born Babies Catches Up
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Infants born by cesarean section have a relatively meager array of bacteria in the gut. But by the age of three to five years they are broadly in line with their peers. This is shown by a study that also shows that it takes a remarkably long time for the mature intestinal microbiota to get established.

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