New research shows that sugars lacking from the milk of malnourished mothers may be the key to a gut ecosystem children need for proper growth
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Recently, more and more research is showing that having a healthy gut bacteria is key to overall health. A well-balanced microbiome can help with digestion, cholesterol levels, mental health, immune function and more. It's clear tha...
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists report the first evidence that a pathogen-specific antibiotic was less disruptive to the gut microbiome than broad-spectrum antibiotics.
Bacteria that live in the gut interact with dietary components to affect health and wellness. In a study published February 18 in Cell, a team led by Jeffrey Gordon at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis now fi...
Research on mice indicates that the gut bacteria of healthy children can fix that of starving children, and that breast milk can be improved.