We review some of the evidence that supports or refutes how we can harness good microbes to work for our overall health and how bacterial genomics, biochemistry, and structural biology are giving us new molecular-level insight into how dietary fibre fuels the microbiota and effects its composition. Presented by Dr. Deanna Gibson, Associate Professor, Department of Biology, UBC. | Dr. Harry Brumer, Professor, Departments of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Botany, UBC. (2020)
What are the most common signs and symptoms of thyroid disease? How is thyroid disease treated? For Thyroid Awareness Month, we answer some common questions about thyroid disease in children and adolescents.
In the lead up to National Indigenous Peoples Day, a Cowichan Elder who's a cultural supervisor on a preterm births study said researchers need to involve the community from the start and avoid "swooping in."
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