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[ARTICLE] Diet supplementation with the probiotic Saccharomyces cerevisiae helps alleviate abdominal pain of IBS patients.

IBS is a 3-letter acronym that strongly impacts the lives of millions of people worldwide. It stands for irritable bowel syndrome, a complex condition that exhibits various forms, depending on the predominant stool pattern: diarrhea, constipation, mixed or...

[INFOGRAPHIC] Microbiome & Chocolate

After a long Easter weekend filled with chocolate, it’s time to offer you an infographic on the impact of chocolate on the human microbiome.  A digest of different articles on cocoa is the best way to understand the link between chocolate and microbiome, you will find...

[WEBPAPER] Patient Reported Outcomes: how to develop it and why use it in clinical studies?

« On a scale of 1 to 10, how do you feel today? » This is one of the questions that many patients may be confronted with in a clinical trial. Indeed, the state of a patient's health can be assessed by taking into account the opinion of patients on various themes. When...

[ARTICLE] – Trial registration: different tools, same ethical principle.

As described by the World Health Organization (WHO), “the registration of all interventional trials is considered to be a scientific, ethical and moral responsibility”.(1)   The principle of trial registration is to declare the synopsis of the trial before the...