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A non-clinical study showed that the exposition to a microbial environment at birth results in early development of specific brain areas, thus underlining the importance of the microbiota in the programming of brain functions and behavior. From birth, a newborn is cast in the middle of ...
Intestinal dysbioses seem to be involved in the pathophysiological mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease and to increase the cognitive deficit. Studies suggest a connection between the intestinal microbiota and Alzheimer’s disease. Chinese researchers compared the intestinal microbiota and ...
An Australian study compared the cognitive performance of children born by cesarean section to that of children born vaginally. The former seem to have a delay compared to the latter. While the rates of births by cesarean section continues to increase worldwide, a new Australian study m...
Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that seems to start well before symptoms first appear. There is currently no treatment, but there are options with potential.
Previously called pediatric schizophrenia, autism-spectrum disorders (ASDs) now include autistic disorders and other childhood psychoses. ASDs often have gastrointestinal comorbidities.