This week’s viewer question comes from Osman Maiga in Uganda.
Multiple sclerosis is insidious, unpredictable and incurable. But how does it develop? The composition of our intestinal microbiome could be the key, researchers have discovered in a study of twins.
The microbiome in our stomach has been linked to various aspects of mental and physical health. So what do we actually know about what's going on in there and how it affects our overall health?
US researchers have discovered probiotic intestinal bacteria in baby feces that could have healing powers. The bacterial strains could help people suffering from diabetes or autoimmune diseases.
The 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry has recognized a "revolution in evolution" and biotechnology. But is it one we want?
© 2020 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version