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One-Session Class: Some of My Best Friends Are Germs

Sep 14

One-Session Class: Some of My Best Friends Are Germs

Come and find out why some of your best friends may be germs, too! We will explore the complex ecosystem called the human microbiome that makes up your body. Bacterial cells in the human body outnumber human cells 10 to one! It appears increasingly likely that this “second genome,” as it is sometimes called, exerts an influence on our health as great and possibly even greater than the genes we inherit from our parents. Bob Vukosic is an experienced course leader who enjoys researching topics that impact our lives and sharing his findings with other Osher members.
Monday, September 14, 2020 - 11:15am12:45pm