A Texas scientist was called ‘foolish’ for arguing the immune system could fight cancer. Then he won the Nobel Prize.
AUSTIN — It was Christmas Eve 1994, and James P. Allison was testing his theory that T cells, a type of white blood cell that fights viral and bacterial infections, could help the immune system fight That
Taking just a single course of antibiotics can damage the healthy bacteria in the gut for at least a year and possibly permanently, scientists have warned. Researchers at University College London (UCL)
The Business of What We Eat and How It's Made Uplift Food currently sells one product, a powdered supplement which mixes prebiotics with probiotics. The world’s largest snacking company just joined the