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Two fascinating new studies are shedding light on the association between the gut, the brain, and autism. The new research reveals how gastrointestinal problems can be triggered by the same gene mutations associated with autism, and a striking mouse study has demonstrated how a fecal transplant from humans with autism can promote autism-like behaviors in the animals... Continue Reading Two
Two newly published studies build on a compelling growing body of evidence linking depression with mechanisms in our gut. A fascinating study led by researchers at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center found that low levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated with depression, can directly result in gastrointestinal distress such as constipation, while a second study, from t
Two massive new studies have homed in on the genetic foundations of insomnia. The rigorous analyses reveal novel links between insomnia and certain brain regions, while paving the way for personalized treatments... Continue Reading Two massive genetic studies home in on the origins of insomnia Category: Science Tags: Anxiety Brain Depression DNA
Human females are some of the only animals to display menopause and live past their reproductive prime but why we evolved this unique process is still a mystery. Two new studies add weight to the hypothesis suggesting the presence of grandmothers increase survival rates for grandchildren... Continue Reading Studies add weight to "grandmother hypothesis" as reason humans evolved menopause
For decades, space medicine scientists have been studying the effects of weightlessness on the human body and how to correct them. But what about low gravity, like that on the Moon? In anticipation of astronauts returning to the lunar surface, ESA's education coordinator David Green and science operations engineer Tobias Weber are leading a study at the space agency's astronaut center in C
Two new studies suggest the psychiatric benefits of ketamine treatment may extend beyond just the targeting of depression. The research demonstrates ketamine may be helpful in targeting both anxiety- and substance abuse-related depression... Continue Reading Dual studies highlight ketamine’s potential to treat anxiety and addiction Category: Medical Tags: Addiction An
In the age of big data we often seem to be drowning in a constant torrent of research and information. The massive challenge we now face is how to sort through all the work that has been produced. In an exciting collaboration between computer scientists and cancer researchers at the University of Cambridge, a novel AI system has been developed to help sort through millions of scientific st
Two new rigorous placebo-controlled studies have been published concluding probiotic supplements do not confer any beneficial effects in easing symptoms of gastroenteritis in children. The trials found children's symptoms and recovery times were nearly identical whether they took probiotics or a placebo... Continue Reading Dual studies reveal probiotics offer no help to children with stoma
Two new studies have reawakened a debate over the safety of artificial sweeteners, suggesting the chemicals may cause significant alterations in the make-up of out gut microbiome. However, some experts are not convinced the research can be accurately applied to human subjects... Continue Reading Dual studies question impact of artificial sweeteners on gut bacteria Category: Health & Wellb is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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