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Good Gut Bacteria Can Help with Controlling Weight & Inflammation

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A new study in “Nature” finds that people without certain microbes are more likely to be obese and have diabetes or other serious health problems. “CBS This Morning” contributor Dr. David Agus, professor of medicine and engineering at the University of Southern California discusses the findings.

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