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Probiotics are more hype than science
Experts say that the marketing for these supplements has outpaced the actual science.
There’s no harm in taking probiotics for allergies
We’re still figuring out how the bugs in your gut make you sniffle.
Google results for probiotics are totally unreliable
Initial search results for probiotics may not tell the full story.
Every work of art has its own microbiome. Most could use a probiotic.
Italian scientists analyzed the microbial colonization on a historic easel painting.
Probiotics are drugs, so we should test them like drugs
Only a few probiotic pills have actually been proven to work, despite all the health claims supplement companies make about them.
Scientists want to turn our gut bacteria into medicine
Bugs not drugs.
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
Do probiotic deodorants really work?
We tested 6 brands, risking pit stains and smelliness, so you don’t have to.
Do probiotics actually do anything?
The tiny bugs are marketed as a quick fix, but the body of evidence is miniscule.
Researchers Restored A Colony Of Microbes In The Gut
A small step towards effective prescription probiotics