Is the Key to Fighting Superbugs Right Under Our Noses?

Actually, it might be in our noses. Scientists in Germany have discovered a strain of bacterium hiding in the human…

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Is Stress Wiping Out Your Good Bacteria?

More than 100 trillion microbes live and work in harmony inside the human body (mainly in the gut) to help…

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Microbes: The Future of Human and Environmental Health?

There are roughly 100 trillion bacterial cells living in and around your body, but did you know microscopic organisms are…

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Lack of Gut Diversity in Infants Linked to Asthma Risk

A study shows babies may be more susceptible to chronic respiratory issues as they grow older because of a lack…

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Exercise May Be Good for Your Gut (Bacteria)

The human digestive tract is home to more than 100 trillion bacteria, the majority of which are good bacteria called…

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Are Newborns Getting Good Bacteria Even Earlier?

We often hear that babies get their first dose of bacteria in the birth canal during delivery, but results of…

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