A newborn gets nutrients and immunity boosters from her mother's breast milk, along with complex sugars that feed bacteria in a baby's gut, protecting her from infection and inflammation. The researchers' discovery could lead to supplements that boost immunity for cancer patients, the elderly and children in the developing world — and enhance health for us all. CanStock photo

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