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Bifidobacteria are among the first bacteria to colonize the intestine in newborns, and are transmitted from the mother during birth and breastfeeding. Italian researchers have demonstrated precisely that by describing this bacterial group in 25 mother-child pairs. The genus Bifidobacter...
Breastfeeding fundamentally shapes a child’s intestinal microbiota. Previous studies had indicated the presence of many bacteria in breast milk, as well as differences between the intestinal floras of breastfed and non-breastfed children. This time, an American group literally traced th...