lives in the stomachs of over half the people in the world. How can something survive in our churning, acid-soaked stomachs? Helicobacter pylori
does it by digging deep under the stomach’s mucus lining. This works well forHelicobacter pylori
, but not so well for us. Helicobacter pylori
inflames the stomach lining, which can sometimes cause ulcers and other problems.