Just in time for Valentines Day (rolls eyes), the NY Times has a fascinating article about microbes and love. Susan Erdman, a microbiologist at M.I.T. says that microbes can make our skin smooth and hair shiny, making us more attractive to others. Male mice fed probiotics from human breast milk even developed oversized testicles, which […]
The headline is a mix of truth and lie. I’ll get to the lie later, but now let’s talk about the truth. The March 12 issue of the Cell Press journal Cell Host & Microbe has a study conducted by twenty-eight gastroenterology centers across North America, the largest of its kind. They studied a total […]
Reid posts the answers Dr. David Rubin gave in the CCFA sponsored alternative therapies chat.
Reid gives a mid January update to the fundraiser and talks about new research.
The New Yorker magazine mixed up the difference between prebiotics and probiotics.
Crohnology: The Future of IBD Care?
Alan Schachter, a dedicated IBD parent and citizen researcher for safer, more effective treatments for IBD passed away Sunday, July 8th. The IBD community will suffer a great loss without him.
Summary of information about Low-dose Naltrexone for use in IBD.
Nothing like surfing the information super digi-tubes and finding… fart facts?
Ari Goldsmith, developed software to allow you to track your GI symptoms using your cell phone and text messaging (SMS). He is looking for any and all feedback on how to improve his software, http://www.gitracked.com/.