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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:37 pm 
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The study found key differences in the gut bacteria of babies born by C-section that could affect the immune system in ways that contribute to asthma and allergies.

It also found contrasts between formula-fed and breastfed babies.

“This is a first look at what may be a major development,” said Dr. Malcolm Sears, one of the study’s authors and a leading asthma and allergy researcher at McMaster and St. Joseph’s Healthcare. “It shows clear differences.”


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