The much-anticipated NASA Twins Study was released Thursday, more than three years since astronaut Scott Kelly returned from the International Space Station.
By Vicky Stein
The gut microbes of the Hadza, Tanzanian hunter-gatherers, shift with the seasons, according to a new study. Applied on a longer timescale, these patterns might explain why industrialized populations have less diversity in their gut microbiomes and more chronic disease…
By Teresa Carey
New research highlights the vagina as a powerful HIV prevention tool.
By Heather Boerner
Parents-to-be increasingly request 'vaginal swabbing' after C-section births, but experts caution it could introduce viruses to the baby.
By Megan Thielking, STAT
By Nsikan Akpan
When social, chimps swap gut bacteria, and the pattern may alter their and our health.
By Alexandra Sarabia
A new study finds a successful diet hinges less on what you eat and more on who you are.
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