Study concludes L. reuteri not effective for infant colic, but findings may be limited by participants' heterogeneity.


Context Colic is a common problem in healthy, thriving infants that is associated with excessive crying over a regular period during the day and is sustained for the first few months of life. Colic affects between 5% and 19% of young infants, remains difficult to treat and may result in significant psychosocial consequences. Despite 40 years of research… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/ebmed-2014-110027


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