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By TechCrunch

Apr 18, 2019

As researchers pursue links between bacteria and human health, startups stand to benefit

In 2009, the National Institutes of Health launched a five-year, $150 million project to stimulate research into a new field of medicine examining the connections between the millions of bacteria living in the human gut and overall human health.

Viome has raised $25 million as it pursues roughly 15 clinical research trialsView

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By Ageist

Apr 09, 2019

Personalizing Food as Medicine: Effective Microbiome Testing is the Solution

A company pioneering microbiome testing and personalized nutrition.view

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By Precision Therapeutics Inc.

Apr 09, 2019

Precision Therapeutics’ Subsidiary Helomics to Collaborate with Viome to Explore the Impact of Gut..

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By Forbes

Apr 01, 2019

Do You Have The Guts To Take This At-Home Stool Test?

My Viome results were diet-shattering, and explained my persistent digestive issues.view

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By PR Newswire

Feb 06, 2019

Viome acquires Habit from Campbell Soup Company to become undisputed leader in personalized health

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By HealthLeaders

Dec 26, 2018

CNBC'S 15 HOT HEALTHCARE STARTUPS

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By CNBC

Oct 11, 2018

CNBC unveils its annual list of 100 promising start-ups to watch

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By Alison Moodie for Bulletproof

Jun 27, 2018

Signs Your Gut Is Unhealthy and Why You Should Fix It

Show me the signsview

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By Maiko Schaffrath, Forbes

Jun 21, 2018

5 Startups That Prove Tech Can Solve The World's Biggest Problems

Viome: Eliminating Disease Through Personalized Dietsview

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By Peter Diamandis

Jun 21, 2018

OPTIMIZING YOUR MICROBIOME

10 surprising discoveries about the microbiomeview

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By Katie - Wellness Mama

May 23, 2018

How to Test Your Gut Microbiome (At Home Without a Doctor)

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By Jennifer Ellis-Schuetz and Todd Erb

May 23, 2018

VIOME: At The Forefront Of Unraveling Chronic Health Challenges

Change is Constantview

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By Michael Devellano

May 23, 2018

Episode 22 Dr.Stephen Barrie from Viome

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By Thor Benson

May 23, 2018

We’re in the Middle of a Gut Health Crisis, and Most of Us Don’t Know It

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By Kate

May 23, 2018

METABOLISM + MICROBIOME TESTING FROM YOUR COUCH

AT HOME TESTINGview

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By EMILY LAURENCE

May 23, 2018

THE PLUS FACTOR: HOW NEW AT-HOME TESTS CAN HELP YOU CRACK THE CODE OF YOUR MICROBIOME

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By Dr. Helen Messier, Chief Medical Officer at Viome

May 23, 2018

What Is Your Gut Microbiome Trying To Tell You?

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By Thor Benson

May 23, 2018

How Your Gut Controls Your Mind and What to Do About It

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By By Deepak Chopra, MD and Naveen Jain

May 21, 2019

The Microbiome: How to Talk to Your 2 Million Genes

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Is The Gut Microbiome The Key To Curing Chronic Diseases?

Our gut microbiome is our most important human organ. This complex ecosystem of bacteria, viruses, fungi, archaea, and bacteriophages has been called the conductor of the immune–neuroendocrine system, home of the immune system, and even the second brain. In fact, the gut microbiome’s role in human biology is so widespread that scientists from nearly every specialty are checking for potential solutions within the gut. With chronic diseases on the rise across the world, the gut microbiome is now front and center in this epidemic.

May 20, 2019

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How The Microbiome Affects Athletic Performance

Every human has trillions of bacteria, viruses, and fungi living inside and on them in multiple microbial ecosystems known as microbiomes. When it comes to athletes specifically, their gut bacteria plays an even more significant role in how well they perform and how quickly they recover. Gut microbes are responsible for the way in which our bodies break down carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and for regulating the body’s energy. These microbes influence the body’s inflammatory response, stress resilience, neurological function, and even impacting mental strength—all of which are important to athletic performance.

May 05, 2019

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Your Gut Reveals Your Age

Got a gut feeling? Well, you might just be right! Did you know that humans have been around for 200,000 years? 98% of our existence has passed with an average life span between 19 – 25 years. Now isn’t that shocking! Yet, the exponential growth in science and medicine over the last two centuries has increased our life expectancy vastly. Researchers in the past decade or so, have been looking into factors that determine aging, longevity, and ability to adapt to environmental influences. One such factor that is associated with aging, is the microbial composition of our gut. Now, this might sound strange. But scientists will now be able to age you if you were to handover your stool sample to them!

Mar 14, 2019

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