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Life in a distant land triggers upheaval in immigrants’ microbiomes

Hmong children eat soup from cans in Sacramento, California.

Members of the Hmong ethnic group (pictured) change their diets and have a less diverse range of gut microbes after moving from Asia to the United States. Credit: Manny Crisostomo/Sacramento Bee/Zreportage/eyevine

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Nature 563, 158 (2018)




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