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Pip Wynn Owen – Channel Nine News

Children born via caesarean appear to be lagging behind their peers, who were delivered naturally, when they hit school. It’s thought gut bacteria passed on to the baby during a caesarian impacts the child’s development differently.

Children born via caesarean appear to be lagging behind their peers, who were delivered naturally, when they hit school. It's thought gut bacteria passed on to the baby during a caesarian impacts the child's development differently.

Posted by 9 News Perth on Thursday, 14 September 2017