Lingering problem found in gut microbe communities of malnourished children.
New research may help explain why millions of malnourished children suffer from stunted growth and fail to thrive after treatment with nutrient-rich therapeutic foods.
Indi Trehan, MD, shows that severely malnourished children are more likely to recover and survive when given antibiotics along with therapeutic food.
Led by Jeffrey I. Gordon, faculty member at the WUSTL School of Medicine, the team is striving to find new ways to prevent malnutrition in children.
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