October’s issue of Wired magazine contains the Atlas of the Human Ecosystem written by Carl Zimmer. It’s a short, colourful overview for non-scientists that you can show your mom. Then if she wants to test her own gut for microbes she can send a poop sample here to the EMBL MyMicrobe project and for just over $2000 US get a full microbial fingerprint.
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