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    A fascinating new paper published in the Journal of Neuroinflammation, by RMIT University, has found that the brain’s microglia (part of the brain’s immune system) can be... Learn more

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    A new survey of over 1,000 people has revealed that 81% would choose telemedicine for their next medical appointment. Learn more

    Study Reveals the Mapping of the Human Immune System

    In a recent 2020 paper published in Science, researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Newcastle University, and Ghent University, Belgium, mapped thymus tissue thr... Learn more

    New Study Shows Microbiome Influences Antibody Production

    Because the microbiota is so complex, containing hundreds of different bacterial species, it was not known how the presence of microbes in the intestine shaped the antibo... Learn more

    Microbiota Affect Your Nervous System Via a Gut-Brain Circuit

    Researchers published in the journal Nature analyzed the gut-brain connection in mice and found that there is evidence of sympathetic nervous system activation outside of... Learn more

    Rituals are Life Hacks for Stress Reduction

    For many, having to quarantine has produced anxiety. One finding in a recent paper published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society suggests this could be... Learn more

    Study Connects Biological Clock to Overeating and Obesity

    In a study published in the journal Current Biology, Güler and his team explored the connection between the pleasure center of the brain and our internal biological clock... Learn more

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    A new paper published in the journal Nature has shown that the gut-to-brain activity of sweetness is specific to sugar molecules, but not artificial sweeteners. The sugar... Learn more

    High Dietary Fiber Intake Improves Overall Health

    A review of studies and trials conducted over the last 40 years has shown that there is a link between eating more dietary fiber and whole grains and a lower risk of non-... Learn more

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    A national team of researchers has identified a circuit in the brain that appears to regulate impulse control and be associated with psychiatric disorders ranging from ov... Learn more

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