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Autism correlates with an altered gut microbiome
by Kristin Neumann
14.02.2018 13:45
by Kristin Neumann
Autism correlates with an altered gut microbiome

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that, among others, affects the way an individual relates to his or her environment.

by Kristin Neumann
New born baby
by Kristin Neumann
02.02.2018 10:23
by Kristin Neumann
Are we really born sterile?

A controversial discussion is running among microbiome scientists. Is the womb sterile? For more than a century we have assumed that the placenta is sterile.

by Kristin Neumann
by Kristin Neumann
14.01.2018 19:38
by Kristin Neumann
Probiotics may prevent dental caries!

Research groups in Egypt and the U.S.A. found out that probiotic Lactobacillus sp. have a negative effect on the growth and biofilm formation of caries ...

by Kristin Neumann
by Kristin Neumann
21.12.2017 09:59
by Kristin Neumann
Antibiotics administered during labor delay a healthy gut colonization in infants

While it is harmless to adults, it may cause serious illness including meningitis and death in a very small portion of infants …

by Kristin Neumann
Puistenbar
by Kristin Neumann
14.12.2017 09:47
by Kristin Neumann
The World's First Pimplebar

In Wiegstraat 16, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium the World´s first pimplebar has opened in October 2017.

by Kristin Neumann
Ciprofloxacin
by Kristin Neumann
27.11.2017 19:54
by Kristin Neumann
Antibiotic Ciprofloxacin and other Fluoroquinolones have dangerous side effects!

Although this news is over a year old, I wanted to share it here, since it just recently popped up again in the German News and I want you to take notice on that ...

by Kristin Neumann
Cancer cells
by Kristin Neumann
24.11.2017 20:00
by Kristin Neumann
Biotech firms race to recruit good bugs in war on cancer

"Biotech companies are competing to develop medicines using “bugs as drugs” …

by Kristin Neumann
HIV Infection
by Kristin Neumann
24.11.2017 19:31
by Kristin Neumann
How the Gut microbiome affects outcomes in HIV

U.S. researchers just recently found out that aging and HIV is associated with reduced bacterial diversity and dysbiosis in the gut ...

by Kristin Neumann
Misuse of antibiotics
by Kristin Neumann
22.11.2017 20:05
by Kristin Neumann
WHO antibiotics awareness week

Seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional before taking antibiotics …

by Kristin Neumann
Become an antibiotic guardian
by Kristin Neumann
21.11.2017 20:09
by Kristin Neumann
Campaigns

Institutions and governments are working with campaigns to wake up public to handle antibiotics with care …

by Kristin Neumann
by Kristin Neumann
11.11.2017 20:20
by Kristin Neumann
Latest interview with Martin J. Blaser

Latest interview with Martin J. Blaser at University of Kiel, Germany (09.10.2017) …

by Kristin Neumann
EMP Earth microbiome project
by Kristin Neumann
17.10.2017 20:27
by Kristin Neumann
Scientists all over the world cooperate

to characterize as many bacterial ecosystems as possible in "The Earth Microbiome Project" …

by Kristin Neumann
by Kristin Neumann
02.10.2017 20:37
by Kristin Neumann
The NIH HMP identifies more bacterial genes in the human microbiome

Seemingly every other week new data is published underscoring the importance the microbiome has on human well-being and disease …

by Kristin Neumann

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