The connection between food and memory is one of those fundamentally human experiences we can all relate to. A compelling new study from the University of Southern California has revealed an intriguing explanation behind this prominent phenomenon, and it illustrates how strongly the "second brain" in our gut communicates with our brain...
Continue Reading Researchers reveal how disrupting gut-brain communication may affect learning and memory

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