Antibiotic resistance genes found in 14th century human poop

French scientists have discovered antibiotic resistance genes in fossilised human feces from 14th century, long before antibiotics were used in medicine.

Researchers find better way to treat hookworm infections

US researchers have reported preliminary success using genetically engineered probiotics against hookworms, an intestinal parasite which infects millions of people, particularly pregnant women and children in the developing world.

Now, `safe-to-eat’ meat made from human feces!

Poop! The mere mention of it make us leave the dinner table, but how about if you have to eat it?