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Newborn gut microbiome predicts later allergy and asthma, study finds

(University of California - San Francisco) The microbes living in a baby's gut during its first month of life may directly impact the developing immune system, leading to a higher risk of allergies and asthma later in childhood, according to a study by researchers at UC San Francisco and the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. The findings highlight the importance of developing early interventions to improve microbial health in young infants.
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