Umm, Should I Drink Red Wine?

According to a new study of 3,000 people, red wine is linked to a diverse microbiome (Le Roy et al., 2019). That’s a more diverse gut microbiome than people who drink other kinds of alcohol. Having a wide array of gut bacteria is thought to be beneficial to health. The team behind the work think… Read More


What is the Influence of Occupation, Diet, & Lifestyle Factors on Occupant & Built Environment Microbial Ecology?

Research Paper Title Longitudinal homogenization of the microbiome between both occupants and the built environment in a cohort of United States Air Force Cadets. Background The microbiome of the built environment has important implications for human health and wellbeing; however, bidirectional exchange of microbes between occupants and surfaces can be confounded by lifestyle, architecture, and… Read More