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  • The benefits of breast feeding 18th October 2017, Kate Donkin

    Its amazing how quickly babies grow in their first few months of life, and this growth is stimulated by the […]

    Are diet regimes a “one size fits all”? 16th October 2017, Kate Donkin

    There are so many diet plans out there suggesting different regimes to help you lose or gain weight, but which […]

    Breast microbiome may be a cause of cancer 12th October 2017, Kate Donkin

    Unfortunately, breast cancer effects hundreds of thousands of women in the UK and although there are many risk factors associated […]

    Bugs Mimic Human Signals 4th October 2017, Kate Donkin

    In recent years it’s become clear that the microbes that can live in our guts may have many profound effects […]

    New research sheds light on cause of Multiple Sclerosis 22nd September 2017, Kate Donkin

    Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease which damages the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, has been linked to […]

    Vaginal seeding – a good idea? 29th August 2017, Alex Knight

    It’s been known for some time that babies that are delivered by Caesarian section are more prone to asthma, allergies […]

    Microbiomics & Eczema 19th May 2017, Alex Knight

    The microbiome is defined as the population of bacteria and other microorganisms living in a particular environment – be it […]