Dr. Azad interviewed regarding major new study on the infant microbiome after birth by Caesarean section
Early in life, babies born by cesarean section have different gut bacteria than babies born vaginally—instead of picking up microbes from their mothers, they take on bacteria from the hospital environment, a new study in Nature found.
Dr. Azad was interviewed by Popular Science on the topic when this article came out, please read her interview here:
And here is a link to the original Nature paper (Sept. 18th):
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