Melbourne: Australian scientists have claimed to have found that the amount of microbial bacteria a baby is exposed to in the first week of life could determine whether they develop childhood eczema. A study done on 98 infants by Murdoch Children`s Research Institute in Melbourne found that those who developed the skin condition at 12 months of age had fewer and less diverse intestinal bacteria than they did earlier in life. The study`s lead author Mimi Tang said introducing good bacteria into a child`s diet could prevent eczema from developing. "It`s quite possible that by preventing eczema, we can have an impact on preventing other allergic problems later on, such as asthma and hayfever," she said.
Moeen warned over pro-Gaza Test wristbands
ISIS opens `marriage bureau` in Syria
Farmers should get better technology: PM
Delhi shame: Class 10th student gang-raped in Uttam Nagar at gun point