Featured in intestines
Why do marathon runners get the runs?
It doesn't just work your leg muscles—racing is rough on your intestines, too.
See what happens when tapeworms infest your brain
A tragic case report shows the horrifying result when tapeworms don't stay confined to your intestines.
We finally know how wombats poop cubes
An engineer got the scoop on square poop.
Glowing Green Juice Could Change How We Examine Intestines
Rx: A tall glass of fluorescent spinach
Overload Of Gut Bacteria Can Stunt Children’s Growth
Too many microbes cause malnutrition
Drug Can Stop Radiation Poisoning Up To 24 Hours After Exposure
A new tool for emergency medicine
Tiny Living Colons Grown From Cancer Cells
Hardier cells would help evaluate cancer treatments
Your Farts Could Tell Your Doctor About Your Digestive Health
Finding out which microbes dealt it
Which Organs Can I Live Without, And How Much Cash Can I Get For Them?
First, a disclaimer: Selling your organs is illegal in the United States. It’s also very dangerous. Handing off an organ...
Lab Builds a Fully Functioning Artificial Small Intestine
California researchers have created a tissue-engineered small-scale small intestine in mice, a breakthrough for regenerative medicine and a step toward...