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By Dr Mercola

From an evolutionary standpoint, any creature, including plants, has a built-in imperative to grow, thrive and propagate. Plants, being rooted into the ground, cannot outrun a predatory insect. 4,540 more words

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New Study Finds That Natural Compound Paired With Certain Gut Microbes Could Prevent Severe Flu

A new study by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis finds that a gut microbe can prevent severe flu infections. According to reports, the new study which was conducted on mice finds that a certain gut microbe possesses some qualities that could prevent flu infections. 512 more words

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Every year nearly 200,000 Americans opt for a more extreme, old-fashioned solution: surgery. Physically altering the size and shape of the stomach.

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The Power of Animal Friendship

Dogs have long been man’s best friend, providing love and companionship.  New research however, reveals that the benefits of this friendship go way beyond that. 232 more words

Having Pets Reduces Risk Of Allergies, Obesity In Children, Study Finds

EDMONTON, Alberta — Children born into a house with pets are more likely to be immune to certain allergies and less likely to be obese, a… 46 more words

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The Human Gut Microbiome as a Screening Tool for Colorectal Cancer

Our results suggest that relative abundance data from the human gut microbiome differentiates individuals with healthy colons from those with adenomas and carcinomas. Most importantly, there was a significant difference in the gut microbiome of people with colonic adenomas compared with those with healthy colons. 1,498 more words

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Gut bacteria regulate happiness

APC scientists have shown that brain levels of serotonin, the ‘happy hormone’ are regulated by the amount of bacteria in the gut during early life. Their research is being published today in the leading international psychiatry journal, … 455 more words

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