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    New AGA report subtleties adequacy and wellbeing of fecal microbiota transplantation

    Now, the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) released the first results in the NIH-funded AGA Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) National Registry, the largest real world study about the effectiveness and safety of FMT. Published in Gastroenterology, the registry reported that FMT resulted in a treatment of Clostridioides difficile (C. difficile) infection in 90% of individuals across

    Study recognizes biomarker gene mark that demonstrates likely liver toxicity

    When agrochemical and pharmaceutical companies develop new products, they must test extensively for potential toxicity before obtaining regulatory approval. This testing usually involves lengthy and expensive animal research. A research team at University of Illinois has developed a gene biomarker identification technique that cuts the testing process down to a couple of days while still

    Scientists recognize neural circuit associated with reciprocally controlling weight gain and despondency

    Research has found that obesity and mental disorders such as depression and anxiety seem to often go together. Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and cooperating institutions are providing new insights into this association by identifying and characterizing a novel neural circuit that mediates the reciprocal control of feeding and mental conditions in mouse models.

    Dietary components hold guarantee for working on the health and wellbeing of grown-ups

    Research suggests that nutritional supplements that target specific mechanisms that are associated with age-associated cellular decay (AACD), have the potential to improve health and well-being for adults. “Cellular Nutrition and Its Influence on Age-Associated Cellular Decline,” the latest issue of The Gerontological Society of America’s What’s Hot newsletter with accompanying infographic, provides an overview of