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Bad news about the microbiome

04. Mar 2019 / by Lisa Keilhofer

Studies on smoking and the impact on the microbiome are rare, but pretty explicit. To put it in a nutshell: guess what, smoking is not good for you.

14. Jan 2019 / by Lisa Keilhofer

In December 2018, Martin J. Blaser, New York University School of Medicine, published a short article in the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine (12/2018) on the state of the art in microbiotic research and his personal evaluation of it.

10. Dec 2018 / by Lisa Keilhofer
To begin with, scientists knew all along that the life saver antibiotic will not work forever, but only until resistance has developed. Meanwhile, this fact has also sunken into common sense.

29. Nov 2018 / by Lisa Keilhofer

Beginning of October 2018, a team of four US-scientists has released an urgent call to preserve almost lost microbiome diversities.

13. Nov 2018 / by Lisa Keilhofer

In November 2018, the University of Minnesota published a study on the “westernization” and the loss of immigrant’s innate gut microbiomes.

11. Sep 2018 / by Kristin Neumann

An article published by BBC just a few days ago confused the probiotic community. Based on a scientific publication from a group of scientists in Israel (Weizman Institute), BBC used the headline Probiotics labelled 'quite useless'. This statement has to be taken with caution …

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