Featured in gut microbes
These early parenting decisions might change a baby’s health
What makes a healthy baby gut?
Infections during pregnancy may help autism develop—and scientists are finally figuring out why
Our immune systems aren’t perfect.
Scientists want to turn our gut bacteria into medicine
Bugs not drugs.
The gut microbes of modern hunter-gatherers reveal one big problem with your diet
More fiber might mean more bacteria—and that's a good thing.
This new museum exhibit tells us to respect the microbes that live on us
A new gallery at New York's American Museum of Natural History reminds us of the powerful bond we share with our resident microbes
Brown Bear Gut Microbes May Hold The Secret To Being Hefty But Healthy
Pooh study bears fruit
Iceman’s Stomach Bug Gives Clues To Humans’ Spread Into Europe
Also reveals that he was at risk for ulcers
The Bug Within The Beetle That’s Causing A Coffee Crisis
A bacterium inside the coffee berry borer could provide clues as to how to fight it
More Evidence That Gut Microbes Exacerbate Severe Childhood Malnutrition
Another layer to a deadly condition
Rugby Player Study Suggests Exercise Diversifies Gut Bacteria
Alternate headline: The Irish Rugby Team Has Exceptional Guts