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Warren Peters has dedicated the last part of his medical career to study the molecular and genetic basis of obesity. In this talk at TEDxLaSierraUniversity (California, US) held in April 2016, Peters wonders if the new discoveries about the microbiome may change the way we understand diabetes and obesity, as well as Alzheimer's disease, autism, and our everyday health and…

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Warren Peters has dedicated the last part of his medical career to study the molecular and genetic basis of obesity. In this talk at TEDxLaSierraUniversity (California, US) held in April 2016, Peters wonders if the new discoveries about the microbiome may change the way we understand diabetes and obesity, as well as Alzheimer's disease, autism, and our everyday health and…

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Nowadays, few people doubt the major role of the trillions of intestinal microbes – known as the gut microbiota – in terms of our health. Have you ever asked yourself, however, what do microbes do, and how can you keep them happy? The answers to these questions, and a few others, are revealed in this infographic from the International Scientific…

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Nowadays, few people doubt the major role of the trillions of intestinal microbes – known as the gut microbiota – in terms of our health. Have you ever asked yourself, however, what do microbes do, and how can you keep them happy? The answers to these questions, and a few others, are revealed in this infographic from the International Scientific…

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Salt is all over our plates, in bread, ham, cheese and almost all processed foods. We tend to exceed the recommended amount of sodium intake per day, which according to the World Health Organization, is 5 grams and we also know that eating too much salt is related to cardiovascular diseases. Now, scientists may have discovered the reason behind this…

Cristina Sáez
Cristina Sáez es periodista freelance especializada en ciencia. Trabaja para diversos medios de comunicación, como el diario La Vanguardia, donde coordina la sección de ciencia Big Vang; y colabora con centros de investigación y sociedades científicas. Su trabajo periodístico ha sido reconocido, entre otros, con el Premio de Periodismo en Medicina Boerhinger Ingelheim 2015. El Twitter de Cristina @saez_cristina

Salt is all over our plates, in bread, ham, cheese and almost all processed foods. We tend to exceed the recommended amount of sodium intake per day, which according to the World Health Organization, is 5 grams and we also know that eating too much salt is related to cardiovascular diseases. Now, scientists may have discovered the reason behind this…

Cristina Sáez
Cristina Sáez es periodista freelance especializada en ciencia. Trabaja para diversos medios de comunicación, como el diario La Vanguardia, donde coordina la sección de ciencia Big Vang; y colabora con centros de investigación y sociedades científicas. Su trabajo periodístico ha sido reconocido, entre otros, con el Premio de Periodismo en Medicina Boerhinger Ingelheim 2015. El Twitter de Cristina @saez_cristina

From the beginning of time until now, and from human birth to adulthood, microbes have been active players. Joe Hanson of It’s Okay to Be Smart tells the story of the gut microbiota and its importance for general health with fun texts and illustrations.

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From the beginning of time until now, and from human birth to adulthood, microbes have been active players. Joe Hanson of It’s Okay to Be Smart tells the story of the gut microbiota and its importance for general health with fun texts and illustrations.

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Warren Peters has dedicated the last part of his medical career to study the molecular and genetic basis of obesity. In this talk at TEDxLaSierraUniversity (California, US) held in April 2016, Peters wonders if the…

Salt is all over our plates, in bread, ham, cheese and almost all processed foods. We tend to exceed the recommended amount of sodium intake per day, which according to the World Health Organization, is…