Last News

Researchers from McMaster University (Canada) had a clear question in mind when they conducted their recent experiment: if a mouse had its gut microbiota altered by antibiotics in early life, what would happen to its…

The famous analogy for probiotics and prebiotics has to do with growing a patch of grass. For the lushest, greenest grass you can’t just throw some seeds onto dirt; you need fertilizer to create the…

In recent months, a range of studies have been published that provide scientific evidence to back up the idea that brain and gut are in constant dialogue and influence each other. Researchers at the University…

Every year, 520,000 children under the age of five die worldwide because of acute gastroenteritis. In fact, although often considered a benign disease, gastroenteritis remains a leading cause of paediatric mortality around the globe. And…

Twitter

Twitter


Follow @GutMicrobiotaWW
Facebook
News Archive
Access from here to the chronological archive of news of this site
Access archive
News Watch
Last News

Researchers from McMaster University (Canada) had a clear question in mind when they conducted their recent experiment: if a mouse had its gut microbiota altered by antibiotics in early life, what would happen to its…

The famous analogy for probiotics and prebiotics has to do with growing a patch of grass. For the lushest, greenest grass you can’t just throw some seeds onto dirt; you need fertilizer to create the…

In recent months, a range of studies have been published that provide scientific evidence to back up the idea that brain and gut are in constant dialogue and influence each other. Researchers at the University…

Every year, 520,000 children under the age of five die worldwide because of acute gastroenteritis. In fact, although often considered a benign disease, gastroenteritis remains a leading cause of paediatric mortality around the globe. And…