UC Davis study aims at healthier preemies
Sacramento Bee, September 19, 2008
According to UC Davis researchers, premature babies who are sheltered in sterile environments cannot easily pick up good intestinal bacteria, making them vulnerable to dangerous bacteria. Next month, researchers plan to begin working to guide bacteria colonization in efforts to encourage good microbes and discourage the bad.
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