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Can Bugs Be Used as a Drug to Stabilize Mood?

Probiotics may be hope for the future

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The average human body hosts about 100 trillions of microbes (bugs) inside it. Most of them reside in the gastrointestinal tract. We call it the gut microbiome. Ongoing research with the gut-brain axis shows several pieces of tantalizing evidence about the impact of live bugs (as probiotics) on mental disorders. Will the…




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