Researchers state that bacteria found in patients post-gastric bypass surgery might help with weight loss.
In a new report, researchers state that being too clean can be a contributing factor to the higher rates of type I diabetes.
A combined approach of pharmaceutical companies and medicines with environmental, agricultural, and social and medical factors can be an effective way of dealing with the antibiotics crisis, report states.
Scientists can make vaccines more effective by using weakened but live pathogens to trigger immune responses. While the technique has safety issues, scientists at Yale University have developed a way to make the vaccine safer by using the bacteria's own cellular mistake to deliver a safe vaccine.
Certain types of bacteria are becoming harder and harder to fight because they are developing resistance toward antibiotics, leaving doctors little to no treatment options.
Researchers found a link between leafy green vegetables and the production of immune cells found in the stomach and intestines.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is currently still fighting the stomach flu at King Edward VII's hospital. She is be released in the next few days.
Though acne affects about 80 percent of Americans during their lifetimes, researchers have very little idea about what causes it.
A bad bacterium that's been known to cause gastritis, ulcers, and gastric cancer may be associated with weight control and promote glucose tolerance, a new study has found. Researchers say that the disappearance of the bacteria explains why obesity and diabetes type-2 rates have escalated in the past few decades.
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Researchers from the University of California Berkeley may have found a molecular explanation for promiscuity and shifts in the female reproductive system to combate diseases from multiple sexual partners.
researchers suggest that creating more foods that cater to these bacteria will increase their efficiency and productivity and will be the next step in improving human health.