The human microbiomes as a dynamic process: Old and new ideas

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  • Khalifa E. Sharquie Prof Dr. Khalifa E. Sharquie, MD, PhD, FRCP Edin. Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Fatema A. Al-jaralla Dr. Fatema A. Al-jaralla FIBMS. Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Inas K. Sharquie Associate Prof. Dr. Inas K. Sharquie PhD. Department of Microbiology & Immunology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.

Abstract

Probiotics, microbiota, and microbiomes play a great role in influencing immunological reactions and general health. Islam greatly influenced the early preventive medicine through different practices but mainly by Tahnik in early infancy through parent's saliva ingestion. It has been proved that microbiomes could change through multiple actions like taking prebiotics and foods, drugs, and direct skin contacts between individuals of different ages. Sex life and different sexual practices could have great contributing action on different aspects of micro-biomes in different systems thus improving the immunological functions and general health; hence new researches in this field might carry enormous benefits in this forgotten area.

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2022-06-01

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Sharquie KE, Al-jaralla FA, Sharquie IK. The human microbiomes as a dynamic process: Old and new ideas. J Pak Assoc Dermatol [Internet]. 2022Jun.1 [cited 2024Jun.17];32(2):396-405. Available from: http://www.jpad.com.pk/index.php/jpad/article/view/1868

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