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Probiotics here, probiotics there, probiotics everywhere

14 Nov, 11 | by Giordano PĂ©rez-Gaxiola

Probiotics are everywhere these days. They are supposed to prevent all kinds of diseases, from infectious to immunological to allergic. Some of the claims have strong evidence, some not. A pilot study by Youngster I, et al, in which the role of probiotics before immunisations is studied, is yet another positive discovery, but there are several limitations that force us to be cautions and not overly excited about it. more…

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