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A study was carried out to determine the practical significance of a high prevalence of lactose maldigestion in institutionalised children whose diet included 500 ml milk daily. Thirty of 34 children at a child welfare home were found to be lactose maldigesters as judged by a 2-hour rise in breath hydrogen of 20 parts per million or more after an oral load of lactose. Breath hydrogen tests were also performed on the same group of children, before and up to 150 minutes after the routinepmid:1989090 fatcat:2ku4dg4prbe7phdnhrd6abcrhu