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Specific gut bacteria associated with lower risk of hospitalization for infections

Written by | 23 Mar 2024

Research presented on March 22, 2024 at European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID 2024) in Barcelona indicates that for every 10% increase in butyrate-producing bacteria… read more.

Gut bacteria important for overcoming milk allergy

Written by | 19 Mar 2024

Researchers led by Hiroshi Ohno at the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences in Japan have discovered a link between gut bacteria and the success of milk-allergy oral… read more.

Toddler’s gut bacteria predict whether they will be overweight at 5 years old

Written by | 25 Jun 2023

The make-up and volume of gut bacteria in toddlers at 3.5 years old is predictive of body mass index (BMI) at age 5, irrespective of whether they are… read more.

Gut bacteria play role in CAR-T cancer therapy

Written by | 16 Apr 2023

CAR-T cell therapy has been shown to be highly effective in treating some cancers. However, responses to this relatively new form of immunotherapy can vary, making it difficult… read more.

Gut bacteria may play a role in diabetes

Written by | 6 Jan 2023

One type of bacteria found in the gut may contribute to the development of Type 2 diabetes, while another may protect from the disease, according to early results… read more.

Peanuts and herbs and spices may positively impact gut microbiome

Written by | 5 Dec 2022

Adding a daily ounce of peanuts or about a teaspoon of herbs and spices to your diet may affect the composition of gut bacteria, an indicator of overall… read more.

How the western diet and gut bacteria can lead to scarring, vessel damage in scleroderma

Written by | 3 Oct 2022

The same metabolite is linked to cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. A substance produced by gut microorganisms can lead to scarring and blood vessel damage in patients with scleroderma,… read more.

Fragile balance in the gut

Written by | 3 Jul 2022

The presence of probiotics such as lactic acid bacteria changes the environment in the intestine and forces the yeast fungus Candida albicans to change its metabolism, making it less infectious…. read more.

Gut bacteria influence brain development

Written by | 11 Sep 2021

Researchers discover biomarkers that indicate early brain injury in extreme premature infants University of Vienna Extremely premature infants are at a high risk for brain damage. Researchers have… read more.

Gut bacteria and flavonoid-rich foods are linked and improve blood pressure levels

Written by | 30 Aug 2021

Hypertension Journal Report AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION Flavonoid-rich foods, including berries, apples, pears and wine, appear to have a positive effect on blood pressure levels, an association that is… read more.

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