Oral Bacteria Might Aggravate IBD, New Study Suggests

Oral Bacteria Might Aggravate IBD, New Study Suggests
A certain type of bacteria in the mouth could be associated with the aggravation of inflammatory bowel disease, a study published in the Oral Diseases journal suggests. Acknowledging that streptococcus mutans can aggravate colitis, an inflammation of the colon, in mice, a team of researchers from the Osaka University wanted to evaluate the virulence of colitis

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