H2PRO Research: Gut Microbiome and Rheumatoid Arthritis Related


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Science is revealing that immune cells in the gut are capable of activating inflammatory cells in places like our joints. While researchers are still untangling the details it seems clear that our microbiome is connected to arthritis in some way. Could it be possible that future treatments for diseases like arthritis include probiotics? Read More…

Source: The Atlantic
David Kohn, Author
James Hamblin, MD, Senior Health Editor