Brett Finlay

microbiologist and immunologist at the University of British Columbia, and author of “Let Them Eat Dirt: How Microbes Can Make Your Child Healthier”

Microbiologist and immunologist at the University of British Columbia, and author of “Let Them Eat Dirt: How Microbes Can Make Your Child Healthier

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Microbiologist and immunologist Brett Finlay says certain bacteria, fungi, and viruses are involved with how the brain plus intestinal and immune systems develop.

‘Good germs’ keep us healthy. Scientists fear we’re killing them with all the COVID sanitizing

Microbiologist and immunologist Brett Finlay says certain bacteria, fungi, and viruses are involved with how the brain plus intestinal and immune systems develop.

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