While preliminary, a new study suggests targeting gut bacteria may hold promise.
Switching to a healthier diet won't get you too far unless you have the right gut bacteria.
We must view all of these findings through the lens of understanding the greater picture of the overall microbiota health.
Targeting the gut could create a new class of psychiatric treatments.
This may explain why obesity runs in families.
The 'breast microbiome' could play a more important role than we thought.
MIT biologists are reprogramming gut bacteria as "live therapeutics."
A petri dish is her canvas, and the microbes are her paint.
Altering our gut bacteria with fecal transplants could one day help treat everything from infections to obesity.