Recovering ancient microbiomes could lead to health remedies in the future.
The plaque on your teeth holds a record of the bacteria living in your mouth.
We might one day fix our whole bodies by balancing the organisms inside.
Mapping the planet’s microbiomes starts on your tongue.
Antioxidants in mice can actually make their tumors worse.
Microbes live in communities together with their buds, the new image shows.
Inside the microscopic world of this fermented staple.
Alcohol doesn’t discriminate good microbes from bad ones.
Scientists hope to one day develop probiotics that shield humans too.
Initial search results for probiotics may not tell the full story.
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