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Irish rugby players have exceptional guts

Various reports have indicated that exercise and diet impact gut microbial diversity. A new study of Irish rugby players shows that the gut bacteria of athletes are more diverse than other people, and that athletes have a healthier metabolism.
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Microorganisms in the penis revealed

Circumcision and sexual activity are two key factors that can influence the bacterial communities that inhabit male genitalia.
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Dollar bills carry over 3,000 bacteria

New York - By swabbing dollar bills circulating in New York City, scientists have found more than 3,000 different types of bacteria on the currency.
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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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Illustrating the human body with 'Microcartography'

Artist Sonja Bäumel has explored the human skin microbiome in her project 'Cartography of the Human Body'. To illustrate the diversity of the bacteria and fungi on the skin, she cultured isolates from her own body to create an innovative art project.
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Immune system and skin microbiome

A person’s immune system appears to influence the types of microorganisms found on their skin. This, in turn, can affect whether the skin remains healthy or not.
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Can gut bacteria help a person to slim?

Gut bacteria from thin people were transferred to the intestines of mice carrying microbes from obese people. The new bacteria kept mice from getting tubby.
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Caesarean linked to increased child allergies

Children born via Caesarean section are more often affected by allergies than those born in the natural way, according to a new study, due to children having a lower diversity of gut bacteria.
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Is autism linked to gut bacteria?

Phoenix - New research suggests that the bacteria that reside in the human gut influence children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This is related to stomach conditions in children who go onto show signs of autism.
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Homes with dogs have more varied types of bacteria

A new "citizen science" study has shown that households with dogs are home to more types of bacteria - including bacteria that are rarely found in households that do not have dogs.
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Good intestinal bacteria can prevent diabetes

The type of bacteria found within the intestines appears to affect the risk of someone developing diabetes, once other lifestyle factors have been taken into account.
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Breast milk contains over 700 different bacteria

New research from Spain has examined the range of different bacteria found in breast milk. The study has revealed a larger microbial diversity than originally thought: more than 700 species. This make-up has implications for the developing child.
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Gut bacteria can influence strokes

More research is emerging about the bacteria that we carry in our gut and the effect this has on health. The latest research suggests that an altered gut microbiota in humans can be associated with strokes.
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