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The Role of the Human Microbiome in Obesity-related Health

The Role of the Human Microbiome in Obesity-related Health

| October 1, 2017

This activity expired October 1, 2019. Course Overview: Recent studies suggest that maladapted gut microbiomes are attributed to a number of disease states, such as inflammatory bowel diseases, autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, and obesity. This article highlights the relationship between the gut microbiome and the clinical implications it has, with an emphasis on the clinical […]

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The Role of the Human Microbiome in Obesity-related Health—Dietitian Accredited

The Role of the Human Microbiome in Obesity-related Health—Dietitian Accredited

| October 1, 2017

This is a complimentary continuing education activity for dietitians. Earn 1.5 CPEU. Course Instructions: Visit https://tinyurl.com/BTCE-MicrobiomeDietitians to access the post-test Participants must read the designated article and take, submit, and pass the post-test by April 26, 2021. Participants must answer at least 70% of the post-test questions correctly to pass and receive credit for the activity […]

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Do You Have the Right Guts? Obesity and the  Gut Microbiome

Do You Have the Right Guts? Obesity and the Gut Microbiome

| January 1, 2015

This column is written by medical students and is dedicated to reviewing the science behind obesity and bariatric surgery. Column Editor: Daniel B. Jones, MD, MS, FACS Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Vice Chair, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts This month: Do You Have the Right Guts? Obesity and the Gut Microbiome […]

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