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Researchers have no idea what a healthy gut microbiome looks like
The term ‘Dysbiosis’ is often used in research, but some say it sows confusion and has contributed to an untold number of people going to drastic measures.
What to know about fecal transplants in the wake of the first death
Why wasn't sample tested for E. coli? We've got the answer.
Finding the world’s super poopers could save a lot of butts
Studies using fecal transplants to treat inflammatory bowel diseases suggest some poop may be better than others.
A Spoonful Of Sugar Helps The Bacteria Go Down
Gel-like layers protect microbes and help them stick to your intestines
Eating Poo Helps Packrats Digest Toxic Plants
The findings could help endangered species and livestock farmers
First Fecal Transplant Bank Opens
The Massachusetts-based company has delivered stool samples to 13 hospitals around the country.
Watch An Adorable Animated Exploration Of The Microbiome
So. Many. Bacteria.
Curing Gut Problems With Synthetic Pseudo-Poo
When it comes to therapeutic fecal transplants, sometimes the real stuff just won't cut it.