Within the Bounds

A paper appearing in Gut earlier this week reports that exercise can influence the gut microbiome, though others in the field argue that these findings may be correlation rather than causation.

In the study, researchers from University College Cork and elsewhere compared the gut microbiomes of professional rugby players and male controls of similar age and physical size from similar areas.

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