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Who Let the Microbes Out: A Paw Print of Doggy Skin Bacteria

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Red meat and cancer: the biological evidence

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Fecal Matters: A Stepping Stool to Understanding Indigenous Cultures

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Prostate cancer screening dispute, microbiome hype

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Getting to the Bottom of Fecal Transplants

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Human microbiome, Vitamin E for Alzheimer’s, Tweets, $1000 Genome

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Beyond good and evil: Antibiotics don’t fully solve the problem of two-faced germs

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Why DIY fecal transplants are a thing (and the FDA is only part of the reason)

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Lessons from the ghost of John Snow

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Meeting your hospital roommates, one q-tip at a time

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