Some bacteria may protect against disease caused by stomach infection
Half of the worlds human population is infected with the stomach bacteria called Helicobacter pylori, yet it causes disease in only about 10 percent of those infected. Other bacteria living in the stomach may be a key factor in whether or not H. pylori causes disease, according to a new study led by scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
It's a gut reaction: how other people's bacteria can cure us – extract
t's a #gut reaction: how other people's #bacteria can cure us – extract There are 100 trillion bacteria in the gut, and one US professor is convinced that #transplanting them is the best way to combat gut #infections