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A parasite infection can change and control your microbiome

Researchers have now shown that a parasitic infection is linked to a completely different microbiome profile, so much so that a microbiome profile can...

How happiness may also keep you healthy

A study from UT Southwestern Medical Center has shown that Serotonin, the happy hormone, can lessen the likelihood of gastrointestinal infections and illness with...

Bacterium can reduce risk of heart disease

Scientists have discovered that a bacterium E limosum, has the ability to reduce atherosclerosis and heart disease risk through its production of a protein...

Lactic Acid Bacteria explained

A patient-friendly explanation of Lactic Acid Bacteria, or LABs, which control our health by controlling our blood sugar, cholesterol, our immune response, neutralising potential...

Blastocystis Hominis

Blastocystis is a microscopic protozoan parasite. It is found in humans across the world. Symptoms may include abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhoea, skin rashes,...

Depression a symptom of bacterial population in gut

People with depression have distinct intestinal microbes that differ from those without the disorder according to University of Florida Health researchers; this could enable...

Common sugar additive Trehalose behind C. difficile epidemic

A common sugar additive Trehalose, which is made from corn starch and widely used in the food industry encourages the growth of the dangerous...