news HEALTH Can the body’s endocannabinoids fight intestinal infections? This research suggests they can Mice study shows molecules in the body that share features with cannabis may be able to block bacteria before it can lead to disease. By Angela Stelmakowich The research team determined that 2-AG had a positive effect on C. rodentium, S. typhimurium and E. coli. / Photo: nensuria / iStock / Getty Images Plus nensuria / iStock / Getty Images Plus A recent study found that THC treatments helped to prevent colon cancer by easing inflammation. / Photo: Dr_Microbe / iStock / Getty Images Plus Dr_Microbe / iStock / Getty Images Plus Vanessa Sperandio, Ph.D. / Photo: UT Southwestern Medical Center The study shed light on how the body’s endocannabinoids “can shut down genes needed for some pathogenic intestinal bacteria to colonize, multiply and cause disease.” / Photo: CreativeNature_nl / iStock / Getty Images Plus

HEALTH Can the body’s endocannabinoids fight intestinal infections? This research suggests they can Mice study shows molecules in the body that share features with cannabis may be able to block bacteria before it can lead to disease. By Angela Stelmakowich The research team determined that 2-AG had a positive effect on C. rodentium, S. typhimurium and E. coli. / Photo: nensuria / iStock / Getty Images Plus nensuria / iStock / Getty Images Plus A recent study found that THC treatments helped to prevent colon cancer by easing inflammation. / Photo: Dr_Microbe / iStock / Getty Images Plus Dr_Microbe / iStock / Getty Images Plus Vanessa Sperandio, Ph.D. / Photo: UT Southwestern Medical Center The study shed light on how the body’s endocannabinoids “can shut down genes needed for some pathogenic intestinal bacteria to colonize, multiply and cause disease.” / Photo: CreativeNature_nl / iStock / Getty Images Plus

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