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Researchers are hard at work trying to uncover the biological secrets hidden in the microbiome, and for good reason: the trillions of bacteria that live in and on us play a role in illness and health, and scientists are getting a better idea of why. The bugs we live with have been linked to everything from acne to asthma to cholesterol levels.

In recent years, scientists have also found that certain bugs in the gut, which contribute to digestion and immune function, are linked with overweight and obesity.






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