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The gut microbiome helps social skills develop in the brain
by Joanna Thompson, Contributing Writer
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16 November 2022
On 16 November 2022 Quanta Magazine reported:
Two recent papers have shown that during a critical early period of brain development, the gut's microbiome -- the assortment of bacteria that grow within in it -- helps to mold a brain system that's important for social skills later in life.
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... In recent decades, scientists have come to understand that the gut and the brain have powerful mutual influences. Certain types of intestinal ulcers, for example, have been linked to worsening symptoms in people with Parkinson's disease. And clinicians have long known that gastrointestinal disorders are more common in people who also have neurodevelopmental disorders, such as ADHD and autism spectrum disorder.
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