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An Australian study compared the cognitive performance of children born by cesarean section to that of children born vaginally. The former seem to have a delay compared to the latter. While the rates of births by cesarean section continues to increase worldwide, a new Australian study m...
It is known that the mode of delivery (vaginal / caesarean section) influences the composition of the intestinal microbiota in the newborn. A new study indicates that it also affects the microbiological composition of the colostrum. The microbiota of the colostrum contains over 200 diff...
Respiratory infections in infants may be influenced by the respiratory microbiota. The quality of respiratory microbiota development plays a role in the risk of developing respiratory infections during the first months of life, and is influenced by various environmental factors. T...