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Probiotics and colic

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Air date: February 23, 2014


Men's & Women's Health Pediatrics
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Interview: Bruno Chumpitazi, professor, Baylor College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics.

A study recently published in Italy found that feeding infants formula or breast milk that contained probiotics could help ease colic. The good bacteria in probiotics were found to help reduce crying time, constipation and spitting up. Bruno Chumpitazi, M.D., discusses the Italian study and the benefits of probiotics for infants.

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