Microbiome & COVID-19

Microbiome & COVID-19 In Genome Medicine, Harvard researchers recently published their analysis of metagenomic profiling of the gastrointestinal microbiome of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 during the first year of the pandemic. Between April 2020 and May 2021, 127 consecutive hospitalized adult patients with confirmed COVID-19 (at Massachusetts General Hospital) were categorized as having either severe or

Minding Your Microbiome

Minding Your Microbiome The bacteria that comprise our microbiome are in us but not of us. Technically, we are in a relationship with our microbiome — and, it may be the most intimate relationship we can have Microbiome – In Us, Not Of Us A wide variety of microorganisms inhabit almost every part


THE GUT MICROBIOME IN COVID-19 Christine Rosche, MPH,CNS,CBT Adapted from Research by Leo Galland, MD Leo Galland MD has been researching the interaction of the gut microbiome with Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic. The science is complex, but it leads to specific recommended actions, which come at the end of this


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