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Antibiotics and pregnancy: what are the risks for the microbiotas of the mother and the child?

Taking antibiotics during pregnancy could cause or aggravate vaginal dysbiosis in pregnant women, which is not without consequences for their health and that of their children. This is demonstrated by three studies presented below and focusing on CIBD and premature birth. These studies corroborate r...
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CIBD: a promising therapy to protect the mucus layer

A western diet significantly modifies the mucosa of the host's colon, in particular the mucus layer. In an animal model, ingestion of fiber and of a strain of Bifidobacterium is thought to help compensate for its effects. This issue warrants close monitoring in the case of Chronic Inflammatory Bowel...
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Antibiotics and intergenerational transfer of microbiota: results from a non-clinical study

If the microbiota of the mother is disturbed by antibiotics, that of the newborn could present the same imbalance, thus demonstrating a potential transfer from one generation to the next. The child could then be exposed to an increased risk of developing  inflammatory colitis.   Sinc...
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IBD

Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs), like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, are correlated with an imbalance in the microbiota.
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