January 31, 2014

This video, produced by a group of academics at University of Colorado and University of Minnesota, is a cool visual representation of how fecal transplants restore the good gut bacteria in people with recurrent Clostridium difficile infections. It’s increasingly clear that the bacteria that lives within and on our bodies plays an enormous role in our overall health and well being. If you want to learn more about the Human Microbiome and its role in both human disease and human health, check out this great article from The New Yorker, “Germs Are Us.”


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