Smithsonian.com-9/22/2019 Weekend Newsletter

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Smithsonian Weekender    SEPTEMBER 2019

Babies Born by C-Section Have Different Gut Microbes Than Vaginally Delivered Infants

Method of delivery can influence the bacteria in infants’ guts, according to a new study, but differences were found to disappear within nine months

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Scientists are starting to get a better idea of how many factors can influence a newborn’s gut microbiome. (Tim Clayton / Corbis via Getty Images)
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