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Newsletter #124
March 22th, 2018
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This newsletter, we're pleased to report on the success of the 7th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit, held in Rome on March 10th and 11th! If you missed this one-of-a-kind event that drew experts from around the world, you can still watch the replay of the plenary sessions at the link provided below. Also, be sure to check out the Twitter hashtag #GMFH2018 for highlights.

We've also released our second "best of" document on the topic of probiotics -- this one features an editorial by Dr. Giovanni Barbara, and focuses on clinical uses of probiotics with a recent systematic review on probiotics in the management of lower GI symptoms in clinical practice.

Also in this newsletter: a new review providing an update on functional dyspepsia; a commentary by Hervé Blottière on the need for carefully-designed animal experiments to investigate the relationship between gut microbiota and host innate immunity; and a study finding probiotic milk consumption in pregnancy is associated with a lower risk of pre-eclampsia and premature birth.

The GMFH publishing team

The #GMFH2018 replay
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Gut microbiota and probiotics in the management of lower gastrointestinal symptoms, new GMFH “best of” now available
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A new review provides an update of functional dyspepsia in adults


Functional dyspepsia (FD) -defined as discomfort or pain in the upper abdomen, often related to food intake, but with no apparent organic cause- is one of the most prevalent functional gastrointestinal disorders. Increasing evidence has emerged...


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Study highlights the need for carefully-designed animal experiments in order to understand gut microbiota and host innate immunity


In microbiome research, many mechanistic insights are enabled through the use of animal models. A new paper co-led by Andy Wullaert in Belgium and Kathy McCoy in Switzerland addresses a major question about the use...


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Probiotic milk consumption during pregnancy may help lower the risk of pre-eclampsia and premature birth


Preeclampsia and preterm birth are major risks in pregnancy that are characterized by an increased inflammatory response, which is partly explained by microbial stimulation of the innate immune system and generation of pro-inflammatory mediators. Although...


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