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A new study, published in Nature Communications, introduces a tool that can measure changes in the microbiome—on a cellular level—over time.
Glowing skin, right this way.
New study suggests we may be able to use CRISPR, a gene-editing tool, to alter the microbiome and kill specific bacteria.
Stressed out? Your gut might be paying for it.
New study identifies specific gut bacteria, called Klebsiella pneumonia, that can make a person drunk and contribute to fatty liver disease.
A new study suggests the gut microbiome has a role in mechanisms related to muscle strength.
Here's what happens when you try an all-meat diet.
It's filled with good bacteria your gut will love.
Here's why you should pile on the quinoa.
A new study, published in the journal Nutrients, showed that walnut supplementation can improve recovery from ulcerative colitis and protect the gut.
New study explains rye bread's specific health benefits, including its positive effect on heart health and insulin response.
A new study, published in Nature, concludes that the placenta does not have a microbiome, but not all researchers are in agreement.
From IBS to bloating to autoimmune problems, here's exactly where to start.
There's a lot you can do to release stress and improve the health of your pelvic floor.
All hail the power of gut health.
Here's why our favorite drink gets things moving.
Here's how to get these cancer-fighting benefits.
The short answer: It depends.
Pour one out for our favorite type of exercise.
Is there anything yoga can't do?