Microscopic Companions

In addition to the researched facts you present as your answer, you may provide opinions and real-world experiences where appropriate.Summarize the benefit (or need) for “good” microorganisms in and on the body.Choose a part of the body that is normally colonized by “good” microorganisms (e.g.- skin, intestines, vagina, other). List examples of normal microbes and their relationship with the human body. What factors or specific pathogens could threaten this microbial population and how can a person prevent this?What specifically happens when the normal microbial population in this area is disrupted? Provide examples to illustrate your points. How can a patient restore this population to a normal state? Probiotics and Prebiotics: Frequently Asked Questionshttp://www.fammed.wisc.edu/files/webfm-uploads/documents/outreach/im/handout_probiotics_patient.pdfProbiotics for healthy skinhttp://www.dermatologytimes.com/dermatology/probiotics-healthy-skinFecal Transplantation for the Treatment of Clostridium difficile Infectionhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3365524/pdf/GH-08-191.pdf