Can a healthier gut microbiota help us to drink less? COVID-19 is making some people drink more, but our gut microbiota may be able to moderate it. Here are some tips for a healthier and happier gut.
The baby-boom generation has lower cognitive scores than their parents. What’s happening?
For better or worse, gut microbes form long-lived cultures in your gut that can make you indefinitely healthy or sick. Here are some tips to shift the odds in your favor.
Laughter and gasps may help us deal with COVID-19. Research suggests that both horror and humor can make us more resilient to the coronavirus.
A bacterial cage you can swallow processes waste like a miniature kidney.
Scientists have created a polymer cage full of bacteria that can process metabolic wastes, alleviating kidney disease and its attendant depression.
Tantalizing new studies point to a potential treatment for Parkinson’s. These three studies shed light on how Parkinson’s starts and how inducing the growth of new nerve cells may improve symptoms.
Why does COVID-19 kill some and spare others? The key may lie in your gut. A healthy gut microbiome might improve COVID-19 outcomes.
As hospitals struggle, healthcare workers become anxious and depressed. With a little TLC, we can help them cope.
Grandstanding politicians are botching the pandemic response, increasing anxiety. Here’s what the experts recommend: Pay attention to your body and stay proactive to beat the coronavirus stress.
Vive la différence! Sex plays a big role in our guts, not just our minds.
There are major differences in male and female gut microbes that contribute to – and detract from – mental health.