Tag: sulfur

Desulfovibrio and Parkinson’s: Misleading Connection?

I’m not entirely sure who my audience is on this one, but a reader recently forwarded an article suggesting that Parkinson’s disease could (potentially) be preventable, citing scientists’ discovery that a specific strain of gut bacteria, Desulfovibrio, may be a primary cause. It’s a fascinating idea, and it definitely got my inner Health Science Nerd […]

Let’s Kill Drug Resistant Bacteria Super-Bugs!

There has been a lot of talk about disease lately, and Superbugs are indeed on the rise. Antibiotics are less effective as the days go on. What are we going to do? Well, the first thing to do is to not lose our heads about it. The second thing to do is to classify what […]