Researchers dig for answers in dirty diapers
from Global News
What comes out of a baby, just might be as important as what goes in, especially when it comes to figuring out why a rising number of children are growing up with food allergies. Scientists with the University of Manitoba and The Children's Hospital Research Institute say a study into the fecal matter taken from the dirty diapers of 166 kids has determined that those with fewer numbers of bacteria were more likely to develop food sensitivities, and potentially allergies, by the time they were one.
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