I spent 4 years in college studying the human body. My interest in life at that point was to comprehend how the 10 trillion cells that make us up work together. But as it turns out, those 10 trillion cells are but a fraction of the whole. We’re actually made up of 100 trillion cells. Those other 90 trillion cells of “us” aren’t genetically “us” at all, but make up our very own microbiome: a whole ecosystem of viruses, bacteria and microorganisms that live in and on our body. The... Read the Rest →
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