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Exploring The Connection Between Sleep, Obesity And The Gut Biome
  Obesity is widely prevalent and has been shown to be a major factor in the development of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular illness and diabetes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2015-2016 data), the prevalence of obesity was 39.8% in U.S. adults and 18.5% in U.S. youth.  Ob ...
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Starter Cultures: How Your Microbiome At Birth Affects Your Lifelong Health
Research in the last decade has unveiled a world of astonishing information about the bacterial population that shares our bodies, i.e. our microbiome. The shift in thinking about microbes from mostly "bad" to "necessary in some ways" is happening now, as we increasingly discover how microbes are crucial for programmin ...
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The most effective strategies to prevent and treat obesity and associated comorbidities are evidence-based approaches that recognize heterogeneity in obesity and its complications, and interindividual variability in treatment/intervention response which are rooted in the genetics and the gut microbiome of the individua ...
Developing prediction algorithms using gut microbiome data to assess risk of diabetes, IBD and premature birth
  The human microbiome has really captured the science spotlight during the last decade, not least through the extensive research undertaken by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). After identifying and cataloging the plethora of micro-organisms that inhabit our mouth, nose, gut, and reproductive tract, the focus o ...
A New Chapter Set To Open In Digital Health And Analytics
  Life sciences companies and Big Pharma have already jumped on to the digital health bandwagon by developing apps and products directed at improving the patient experience. Recent changes by the FDA are poised to make it easier for these companies to gain accelerated approval for digital health products in their p ...

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