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Friday, November 26, 2021

Dr. Cathy Williams knew something wasn't right. The veterinarian had felt off for weeks after her 2014 trip to Madagascar.


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For people with serious bacterial infections, antibiotics can be life-saving drugs. But they can also cause collateral damage to the complex microbial community that breaks down food and maintains health in the gut. And not just in people. A new study in lemurs shows that an ancient if gross-sounding treatment can help hasten recovery and get the gut microbiome back to normal.


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"This is some real gourmet s- -t."
- gut lacking in microbes, upon introduction of the poo slurpee

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