During pregnancy, mothers produce a powerful antibody to protect their newborns from infection
The role bacteria in your mouth play in the development of illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s.
Live streaming from the gut microbiome: harnessing engineered bacteria to record and report on gut health
Tiny molecules called sRNAs can prove to be very useful in reducing infections.
Engineering a new way to fight cancer: Using bacteria as a vehicle to transport cancer-killing cargo directly to tumors, on remote command.
The ironic role of orally administered antibiotics: savior or destroyer of our gut?
Healthy relationships require a fine balance between communication and boundaries. Get the best tips from mucus, mediator of our relationship with our gut microbes.
Your Best Friend’s #2 could be your #1 solution to fight C-Diff infections; exploring the success of fecal transplantation for the treatment of recurrent C Diff infection.
Could your gut microbiome make you run faster or even take you to the Olympics?