Bacteria and their positive influence on the human body

Author Archives: Prof. Dr. Christine Lang

Antibiotics Increase Risk of Bowel Cancer Body, Glossary

Frequent or sustained administration of antibiotics may damage the gut flora and as a result significantly increase the risk of developing bowel cancer [http://www.gesunde-bakterien.de/en/bacteria-as-bio-markers-in-the-early-detection-of-bowel-cancer/] (colorectal cancer, CRC). This is the outcome of a study conducted at Umeå University, Sweden, with reports published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, among others. During their research,

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New Therapy: Skin Microbiome Decoded Skin

A community of millions of different bacteria – referred to as the microbiome – populate our skin. It consists of good, healthy bacteria which keep pathogenic bacteria (which cause infections) down to a level at which both our skin flora and the protective skin barrier remain at a healthy balance. Once the microbiome becomes unbalanced, pathogenic bacteria

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Bacteria as a Vaccine Against Corona Body

Researchers at the University of Würzburg recently presented a novel approach in the search for vaccine against the corona virus SARs-CoV-2, or Covid-19. In two points, this approach differs drastically from the vaccines used in the current inoculation drives, and whose effects and side effects have frequently been debated. The vaccine the Würzburg scientists are

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