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Researchers have long known that the bacteria living in your gut can "talk" to your brain. Gut microbes, which collectively make up what's called the gut microbiome, can have a significant impact on m...
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Scientists are catching on to how your gut microflora influences your brain.
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A pill to cure jet lag is a long way off, but new research into how sleep affects gut bacteria could bring about tangible treatments for sleep deprivation. The Central Queensland University study is a...