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Film, Video Gut Microbial Drivers of Most Metabolism and Immunity: Implications for Human Health and Disease

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Title

  • Gut Microbial Drivers of Most Metabolism and Immunity: Implications for Human Health and Disease

Summary

  • Microbiome refers to the naturally occurring microscopic bacteria, fungi and viruses in your body which play a role in all aspect of your health and wellness. As research continues, we are learning more about how the microbiome can affect disease and treatment, including cancer occurrence and treatments and Alzheimer's. Dr. Eugene B. Chang is a professor of medicine and his research is focused on intestinal health and how that affects the host. He presents information on the gut microbiome and what that means for development of disease. His research efforts are targeting what comprises a healthy gut microbiome and how that can be used to avoid or treat disease.

Event Date

  • April 27, 2023

Running Time

  • 59 minutes 27 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image
  • online text

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Gut Microbial Drivers of Most Metabolism and Immunity: Implications for Human Health and Disease. 2023. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/webcast-10783/>.