Mouse study shows gut biome plays a role in social anxiety disorder

A large team of medical, psychological and social researchers at University College Cork, in Ireland, working with a colleague from University Hospital Frankfurt, in Germany, has found that certain microbes in the gut biome may play a role in social anxiety disorder. In their study reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the group conducted experiments with fecal transplants in mice and tested them for anxiety.

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