Sociable types have more of the right type, study finds.
Extensive study questions microbial co-evolution across species.
New study expands understanding of the ‘gut-brain axis’. Paul Biegler reports.
The humble fart could play an important role in our digestive health, say Australian scientists. So much so, they’ve created a swallowable sensor that can travel through your gut, carrying out chemical analysis of future farts as they form. The purpose? To lift the lid on the various gases of the gut and show how … Continue reading Don’t laugh, fart science is important
Researchers create a diet that restores healthy activity. Biplab Das reports.
The risk of a major gut-bug epidemic looms behind the search for a stronger antibiotic. Neil Dowling reports.
There are some interesting animal studies on kombucha but the jury is still out on whether it’s any healthier than tea. Evangeline Mantzioris and Permal Deo report.
Canadian research finds less stressful way to treat bowel inflammation. Andrew Masterson reports.
Meta-analysis of 50 years of research finds that improvements to intestinal flora may help lessen the symptoms of autism spectrum disorder.
A new study shows that one-size-fits-all dietary advice is a bad idea, writes Amy Middleton.
Gut bacteria directly influence fruit fly appetites. Now to find out if the same is true with humans, writes Andrew Masterson.
Infant mice receive an immunity boost after an infusion of Clostridia bacteria, writes Jana Howden.