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We Starve Our Slaves

News   Oct 31, 2018 | Original Story by Marla Vacek Broadfoot for Duke University.

 
We Starve Our Slaves

A Duke and Harvard study of gut bacteria in many species finds that the modern human diet and overuse of antibiotics could tip the balance between host and microbe to the microbes’ favor. Credit: Marion Kadi.

 
 
 

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