Items Tagged ‘gut bacteria’

October 10th, 2017

#CIMCon17 continues with the microbiome and more

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Our microbiome – the community of trillions of bacteria in and on our bodies – and how they impact our health and disease was the focus of discussion at yesterday’s  afternoon’s plenary sessions at Individualizing Medicine 2017: Advancing Care Through Genomics, a conference sponsored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. The microbiome as your […]

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Tags: #antibiotics, #CIMCon17, #Dr. David Relman, #Dr. Judy Cho, #Dr. Rob Knight, #inflammatory bowel disease, #medical resesarch, #obesity, #premature labor, #probiotics, #ulcerative colitis, bacteria


September 12th, 2017

Military Health System honors Mayo researcher for breakthrough discoveries in rheumatoid arthritis

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Rheumatoid arthritis is one of those debilitating diseases that had long mystified researchers. With few clues and limited understanding of what’s also called RA, the medical community had few treatment options to offer more than 1.5 million Americans who suffer from painful, swollen and stiff joints caused by this chronic inflammatory disorder. That is until […]

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Tags: #Individualized Accomplishment Award, #Military Health System, #probiotics, center for individualized medicine, Dr. Eric Matteson, Dr. John Davis, Dr. Joseph Murray, Dr. Veena Taneja, gut bacteria, Gut Microbiome, mayo clinic, medical research


June 13th, 2017

The magic of the microbiome: new Mayo researcher looks for ways to promote health, prevent disease

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

“Don’t miss seeing the forest by focusing only on the trees,” explains Jaeyun Sung, Ph.D., a systems biologist who recently joined the Microbiome Program within Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. That is Dr. Sung’s approach to exploring how the microbiome – the tens of trillions of microbes within and on our bodies – affects […]

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Tags: #childhood obesity, #CIMCon17, #digestive system, #Dr. Jaeyun Sung, #gut health, #individualized diets, #microbes, #probiotics, biomarker, center for individualized medicine, gut bacteria, mayo clinic


February 21st, 2017

Exploring the link between the gut and multiple sclerosis

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Could the bacteria in a person’s digestive system provide a clue about whether he or she may develop multiple sclerosis? This is a question that Mayo Clinic researchers asked when trying to unravel the causes of multiple sclerosis, a potentially debilitating condition that impacts a person’s nervous system. A Mayo Clinic study published in Scientific […]

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Tags: #CIMCon17, #Dr. Ashutosh Mangalam, #MS, #multiple sclerosis, #Scientific Reports, center for individualized medicine, Dr. Nicholas Chia, gut bacteria, Gut Microbiome, mayo clinic, medical research, microbiome


February 3rd, 2017

Study: are food and antibiotics linked to irritable bowel syndrome?

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Article by Colette Gallagher, Public Affairs Is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) a gut microbiota-related disorder? That is the question Purna Kashyap, M.B.B.S., consultant in gastroenterology, associate director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine Microbiome Program, and Mayo Clinic researchers wanted to answer as they analyzed studies about gut microbiota and IBS. The study, […]

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Tags: center for individualized medicine, Dr. Purna Kashyap, gut bacteria, IBS, irritable bowel syndrome, mayo clinic, medical research, microbiome, microbiota


December 15th, 2016

This diet’s for you: personalized nutrition to improve your health

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

You may use the phrase “gut reaction” to describe what your instincts tell you about a particular situation. But it turns out that your gut offers much more than an emotional reaction – it processes food you eat in a way that is unique to you. For example, some people may feel energized and lose […]

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Tags: #blood glucose level, #Center for Individualized Mediicine, #DayTwo, #individualized diets, #medicalresearch, #Microbiome research, #personalized nutrition, #PrecisionMedicine, Diet, Dr. Heidi Nelson, gut bacteria, Gut Microbiome


August 19th, 2016

Gut Bacteria Can Predict Treatment Response and Recurrence of Clostridium Difficile

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Clostridium difficile, also called C. difficile, is a bacterium that can cause symptoms ranging from diarrhea, abdominal cramping and fever to life-threatening inflammation of the colon. Some patients with C. difficile do not benefit from standard therapy and the condition frequently comes back. Now researchers in the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine have new […]

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Tags: #bacterial infections, #C. diff., #CIMCon16, bacteria, c. difficile, center for individualized medicine, Clostridium Difficile, Dr. Purna Kashyap, gut bacteria, mayo clinic, microbiome, Precision Medicine


July 12th, 2016

Study: Gut Bacteria Can Cause, Predict and Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Article by Colette Rector, Public Affairs If you’re wondering why you have rheumatoid arthritis, you should trust your gut. New research suggests that gut bacteria can cause, predict and prevent rheumatoid arthritis, according to Veena Taneja, Ph.D., an immunologist at Mayo Clinic’s Center for Individualized Medicine. Dr. Taneja recently published two studies ─ one in […]

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Tags: center for individualized medicine, Dr. Eric Matteson, Dr. John Davis, Dr. Joseph Murray, Dr. Veena Taneja, gut bacteria, mayo clinic, Rheumatoid Arthritis


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