Poor memory, could this be related to our gut microbiome? Recent research suggests a role of the gut microbiome in governing host’s social behavior and brain function.
The use of live biotherapeutic products is a developing strategy to treat challenging diseases. Administration of one such drug, called VE303, could become successful against recurrent C. difficile infections.
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?
Ground squirrels are known to hold on to long periods of hibernation through the strategic help of ureolytic bacteria. Here’s the why and how this connection is important to us.
Skin conditions like acne have been treated with antibiotics for a long time. Alternative treatments are possible now with emerging knowledge about the beneficial effects of bacteria like Lactobacilli.
Can bat gut microbiomes provide proof for this generalized truth?
Bats with different dietary specializations have ‘distinct’ microbiomes that suit their nutritional pathways. So it turns out that you might indeed be what you eat… but it is not as straightforward as that.
Everyone’s microbiome is unique — changing based on factors like diet. This article focuses on a Spaniard’s microbiome and what makes it stand out.