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Atopic dermatitis: the skin microbiome has an accomplice!

While the relationship between the skin microbiome and atopic dermatitis has previously been confirmed, the involvement of the nasal microbiome in the disease had until now remained unclear. A new study has resolved the mystery.   Atopic dermatitis (or atopic eczema) is a chronic inflamma...
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Is sunlight beneficial to your gut microbiota?

Diet, age, environment, etc. Many factors influence the composition of the gut microbiota, and exposure to sunlight–particularly ultraviolet B–is one of them.   Ultraviolet B (UVB) intensity depends on a number of natural factors, including latitude, altitude, weather conditions, time of ...
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Asian tiger mosquito: using the skin as an olfactory trap

Some volatile compounds generated by our skin microbiota could be used as odor-baited traps to attract Asian tiger mosquitoes, that are vectors for many infections, and thus limiting their dissemination.   Tiger mosquitoes (also known as Aedes albopictus) originate from Southeast Asia but...
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