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Is Ruminococcus gnavus responsible for some childhood allergies?

A bacterial marker for intestinal dysbiosis may explain the onset of respiratory allergy episodes.   The development of childhood allergies is often associated with intestinal dysbiosis, but until now, no bacteria had been identified as the agent responsible for the disease. Taiwanese res...
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Antibiotics affect the microbiota in children

Disruptions in the intestinal microbiota in children induced by antibiotics have been well documented. In the short term these disruptions can be associated with an increase in diarrhea, and in the medium and long term with an increase in the risk of developing allergies or asthma. A Brazilian study...
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Asthma

The intestinal and pulmonary microbiota may be involved in the onset of asthma. Research is in progress.
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