At the University of Minnesota, Dr. Alexander Khoruts and other researchers are saving lives with fecal transplants and exploring other wonders of this little understood microbial world.
Minnesota, Summer 2013
Boot Camp for the Brain
Research suggests practicing mindfulness can build “mental armor,” even under extreme stress.
Miami: The University of Miami Magazine, Fall 2012
The Poop on Superbugs
His mother calls him Dr. Shit, but she means no disrespect.
Minnesota, Spring 2011
Bacteria: warm, fuzzy little friends that contain the answers to life and combat ills ranging from pollution to obesity? Or horrible pathogens that are out to destroy us? Bacteria are both of those things—and these Carls seek to harness their power.
Carleton College Voice, Summer 2014
The University's School of Public health is leading a vast partnership to discover why so many Iron Range taconite miners are dying of a brutal lung disease.
Minnesota, May-June 2009
Weighing in on Diet Soda
Are you prone to gaining weight around the belly? Are you worried about high cholesterol or high blood pressure? Do heart attacks or diabetes run in your family?
Minnesota, May-June 2008
Seven Steps to Living Longer, Better Lives
The health risks, rewards that men face.
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