Klebsiella pneumonia: The bad gut bacteria that makes you drunk even without alcohol

It turns out, you don’t need alcohol to get drunk, says a recent study published in the journal Cell Metabolism. Continue reading

The Importance of Probiotics after Antibiotics

Most of us have taken antibiotics to get rid of a nasty cold that turned into a secondary bacterial infection, or as a preventative measure after a surgery or some other injury. We take these powerful drugs because we are told by our healthcare professionals that we must. After all, who would want to risk a serious bacterial infection when it could be easily avoided? Antibiotics are great at what they do; they kill bacteria. Unfortunately, they are unable to discriminate between good bacteria Continue reading