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Some good news to share! Research published in @NatureComms shows a 43% decrease in the rate of new HIV infections between 2012 & 2017 in AHRI's research area in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. https://www.ahri.org/new-study-shows-43-drop-in-rate-of-new-hiv-infections/ …
Microorganisms can be transferred across the food production chain. This new pilot study shows that some Bifidobacterium strains from cheese can transiently colonize the human gut, a process that can be enhanced by cow milk consumption via @NatureComms
#ICYMI: Dr. John Lee (@john__r__lee) & colleagues at #WCMDeptofMed & @nyphospital address the common medical problem of UTIs in a @NatureComms study. Findings revealed the abundance of uropathogens in the gut is associated with future development of UTI. https://bit.ly/2PzFJB8
Using whole genome sequencing to investigate the epidemiology of parasite spatial and temporal dynamics in a high malaria transmission setting in Kenya. Via @NatureComms https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-13578-4 …