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12:06

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Life-saving microbes

SUR

(ONT). Scientist Ed Yong, author of the book 'Yo contengo multitudes' (published by Editorial Debate), who was responsible for microbes starting to be seen in a different way, defends the validity of the word. He says FMT "is a transplant of an ... ecosystem, an attempt to repair an unstable community by completely replacing it, in the same way that you would restore a lawn which has been invaded by dandelions". The human body houses billions of microbes which form a world in symbiosis with its ... of our microbes. From the studies which have been carried out on fossilised faeces, it appears that people from the preindustrial period had a much richer intestinal microbiota than those in the 21st century. They ate more plants and roots. In the old

16:58

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Microbes all over the house

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...obtained about micro-organisms and, with regard to homes, the findings are surprising. The origins of domestic micro-organisms differ, but most of them come from us. Every individual carries a 'cloud' of personal microbes - the latest forensic technology ... colonise us at birth, firstly through the birth canal - the vagina, like the skin and other mucous membranes, is a magnet for microbes - and then through food. Throughout our lives, we create our own microbiota, formed by thousands of different species, ... university. The vast majority of these microbes do not cause illnesses; on the contrary, they protect us from them. In these stable colonies, “there is a law of survival of the strongest, especially when there are few resources. If an outsider arrives, it

12:46

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Washing your hands, the most effective way to avoid infection

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...this risk. Soap and water or hydroalcoholic solutions can stop the spread of microbes and, consequently, prevent infections. The aim of the sessions was to raise awareness and educate people about good hygiene practice and what this means for patients

11:53

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Anxiety, a warning signal that sometimes goes too far

PILAR MANZANARES Health

microbes on them, for example. "They have to force themselves not to keep washing, not to keep checking that they have locked the door... and when nothing bad happens they begin to realise that what they thought was so important actually isn't