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Microbial me

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Learning to see the human body and environment from the perspective of your microbiome. One University of Chicago scientist is particularly interested in the potential effect of microbes on autism, because his child is autistic. Another has found that babies born by C-section tend to have way more food allergies. Getting a dog is the fastest way of increasing microbial diversity in the home!

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