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Research conducted in mice shows that at least part of breast milk’s protective effects come from a surprising source: the microbes residing in maternal intestines, according to a Nature paper. https://go.nature.com/2QXVcvA pic.twitter.com/CoD3Stts2O

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Research conducted in mice shows that at least part of breast milk’s protective effects come from a surprising source: the microbes residing in maternal intestines, according to a Nature paper. https://go.nature.com/2QXVcvA 

Original Article: Research conducted in mice shows that at least part of breast milk’s protective effects come from a surprising source: the microbes residing in maternal intestines, according to a Nature paper. https://go.nature.com/2QXVcvA pic.twitter.com/CoD3Stts2O

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