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Study Finds Probiotics Reduce COVID Symptoms
Source: DukeHealth.org DURHAM, N.C. – Probiotics, specifically lactobacillus, demonstrated significant ability to delay a COVID infection and reduce symptoms among a group of unvaccinated people who had been in contact […]
Aging Skin: Can Probiotics Help?
Source: International Probiotics Association Aging is an inevitable and normal biological process in humans. Like all human organs, your skin ages and, as you get older, starts exhibiting telltale signs […]
Microplastics and Nanoplastics: Effects on Gut Microbiota?
Source: International Probiotics Association Three times the size of France, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch —a mass of plastic debris— floats in the ocean. Due to limited recycling (less than 5%) and ubiquity across […]