How one bacteria might help prevent sepsis infections in infants globally
|How one bacteria might help prevent sepsis infections in infants globally||Darrell Miller||08/29/17|
August 29, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: How one bacteria might help prevent sepsis infections in infants globally
Beneficial bacteria has been found in some fermented vegetables, such as Kimchi and a few other food products, which can help counter Sepsis. This would help globally save lives of babies in areas that have higher risk. A study took place and results produced incredible numbers that significantly reduced the amount of children that had a high probability of getting this infection. This bacteria stays in the gut where it can be nourished by every meal eaten. There has also been results of reduction in lung infections and pneumonia.
- Bacteria can change our immune system to help protect us from diseases
- Sepsis is a very preventable disease that kills many babies each year worldwide
- Probiotics can help prevent bad bacteria from getting into our blood system
"However, much like drugs, the probiotics need to be fully tested before they can be used widely."
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