Tag: gut microbiome

Messengers from Gut to Brain

Munich, Germany — The link between the gut microbiome and the CNS, known as the gut/brain axis (GBA), is believed to be responsible for many things: a person’s body weight, autoimmune diseases, depression,...

Immunity Boost in the Gut

Adelaide, Australia — Varying immune response to vaccinations could be countered with microbiota-targeted interventions helping infants, older people and others to take full advantage of the benefits...

Our Gut-Brain Connection

Cambridge, MA — In many ways, our brain and our digestive tract are deeply connected. Feeling nervous may lead to physical pain in the stomach, while hunger signals from the gut make us feel irritable....

Gut Microbiome Link to Deadly Lung Disease

Camperdown, Australia — Research led by the Centenary Institute, the University of Technology Sydney and the University of Queensland has shown for the first time a link between chronic obstructive...

Parasites and the Microbiome

Philadelphia, PA — Parasite infections are a constant presence for many people who live in tropical regions, particularly in less industrialized areas. These often chronic conditions are at best unpleasant;...

Science Snapshots

Berkeley, CA — The unique ways in which proteins fold dictate their interplay with diseases and medicines, so understanding their twists and turns is key to designing effective drugs. While new...

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