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Preterm babies and risks from gut bacteria

Babies born prematurely often withstand complications of early birth only to suffer late-onset sepsis at 72 hours of age. Researchers have discovered that preterm babies' guts harbor infectious microbes that can cause late-onset sepsis.
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Dark chocolate is good for you, thanks to your gut microbes

The bacteria that populate the human gastrointestinal tract help digest dark chocolate, releasing anti-inflammatory compounds, according to a new study.
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Gut bacteria may influence Type 1 diabetes

Gut bacteria in children, with typical diabetes auto-antibodies, differ from those in healthy children. These differences exist before antibodies are detectable in the blood.
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How a good diet leads to a healthy gut

According to a leading nutritionist, diet is key for our gastrointestinal health. A good diet can prevent several immune related disorders and ill-health effects.
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Gut bacteria linked to Crohn's Disease

A new study has found that the gut microbiomes of patients with Crohn’s disease are markedly different than those of healthy individuals.
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Different diets affect gut bacteria

Different diets can alter the microbial makeup of the human gastro-intestinal tract, and change the behavior of those bacteria. Researchers have examined the differences between a largely meat and vegan diet.
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Studying gut bacteria to determine tumor risk

Inflammation appears to play a role in the development of colorectal cancer, and this inflammation is triggered by certain gut bacteria, which some people possess and others do not.
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Some gut bacteria can boost the immune system

A new Japanese study suggests that gut bacteria play a key role in the maturation of the immune system. Where the gut bacteria are not optimal, some people can be prone to certain diseases.
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Low birth weight signalled by gut bacteria

Infants at birth have similar bacteria types and numbers in their gut and mouth. However, with low birth weight infants the types of bacteria soon start to vary.
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Intestinal bacteria linked to rheumatoid arthritis

Researchers have linked a species of intestinal bacteria known as Prevotella copri to the onset of rheumatoid arthritis. This is the first time that the condition has been linked with bacteria.
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