Bloating, a common and often distressing digestive issue, affects a significant portion of the population.
For the first time, researchers have found that Alzheimer’s symptoms can be transferred to a healthy young organism via the gut microbiota.
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These debilitating symptoms not attributed to a defined illness have previously been called functional gastrointestinal disorders before the newer DGBI classification.
More than 320 million years of mammalian evolution has adapted breast milk to meet all the physiological needs of babies.
Recent research suggests that the health of this ecosystem can impact our physical health, our mental health, and also – potentially – our sleep.
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Research has identified the impacts of gut microbiota on the development of various cancers, such as colorectal cancer (CRC), gastric cancer, and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
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Gut Health Is Critical to Our Well-Being – Influencing Everything From Mental Health to Immune Function
The dynamics of human health have been increasingly scrutinized, with the gut and bladder under the spotlight due to their integral role in overall wellness.
People are more aware of their gut health than ever before.
In a major Swedish study, researchers have discovered a link between the levels of certain bacteria living in the gut and coronary atherosclerotic plaques. Such atherosclerotic plaques, which are formed …
The role of gut microbiota in this complex behavioural issue is gaining increasing recognition.
With 1 in 6 children “neurodivergent” as autism numbers quadruple, a masterclass on 21st June will explore what is going wrong.
The research team successfully had participants swallow a minimally invasive vibrating capsule to measure neural responses during gastrointestinal stimulation.
The research, published in Nature Microbiology, analysed the faecal makeup of 647 healthy 1-year-olds and found that the baby gut contains around 10,000 viral species.
There is a growing body of research that suggests that there may be a link between flatulence and mental health.
Viruses are usually associated with illness. But our bodies are full of both bacteria and viruses that constantly proliferate and interact with each other in our gastrointestinal tract.