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The 23,000 genes that comprise the human genome pale in comparison with the 3.3 million genes in the microbes that live in our guts.
Your brain gets all the credit, but those 100 trillion microbes in your gut flip the switches. Find out how beneficial gut bacteria influence how we think.
A harsh chemical added to soap and other personal care products to fight germs may be taking a serious toll on your health.
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