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New Research Shows Gut Bacteria May contribute To Autism Symptoms

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New Research Shows Gut Bacteria May contribute To Autism Symptoms

New Research Shows Gut Bacteria May contribute To Autism Symptoms

Researchers suspect that a specific set of bacteria that inhabit the gut may be linked to autism.

A new study seems to offer some support for what is considered by many in the scientific community to be a controversial idea; the gut-brain link.

According to Science Magazine, a new study has revealed that mice develop autismlike behaviors when they are colonized by microbes from the feces of people with autism.

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