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    Sound Shapes the Fetal Brain Before the Ear Canal Opens

    New experiments on newborn mice have uncovered that sounds may change the “wiring” of sound processing areas of the brain earlier than previously thought, and even before... Learn more

    Green Tea Benefits for the Heart

    Recent research has discovered that drinking green tea can benefit the cardiovascular system and promote longevity in people who have had heart problems as well as those ... Learn more

    High Fiber Diet Influences Inflammation

    A recent study on the differences between a Western diet versus a fiber-rich, traditional Tanzanian diet shows the latter may lead to the production of fewer inflammatory... Learn more

    Childhood Diet Affects Adult Microbiome Diversity

    Researchers have recently discovered that gut microbiota diversity can decrease later in life if children are fed a western standard American diet (SAD), affecting the ch... Learn more

    Poor Gut Health Linked to Lung Function

    A recent review has uncovered the relationship between lung function and poor gut health. Learn more

    Depression: Could Bacteria be a Culprit?

    Recent research has revealed that the microbiome that lives in the digestive tract may play a significant role in depression. Learn more

    Glyphosate Affects Bacterial Species in the Gut Microbiome

    Recent research has shown that more than half of bacterial species in the core of the human gut microbiome are potentially sensitive to glyphosate. Learn more

    Decoding How The Brain Senses Smell

    A recent study from NYU Grossman School of Medicine, which was published in the journal Science, discovered an electrical signal that is turned into a smell in mice brain... Learn more

    Study Connects MCH Brain Circuit to Impulsive Eating

    In a paper published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers identified a circuit in the brain that is thought to alter food impulsivity. Scientists from UGA Co... Learn more

    Study Finds Positive Outlook Slows Memory Decline

    A new paper published in the journal Psychological Science showed that people who were generally more cheerful and enthusiastic were less likely to suffer steep memory de... Learn more

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