How gut microbes impact brain development and function is unknown. New findings in mice demonstrate a gut–brain axis that connects the metabolic status of gut microbes to the control of neurogenesis in adult hippocampus via the aryl hydrocarbon receptor https://t.co/zLW0S3Aytx
— GutMicrobiota Health (@GMFHx) July 21, 2021
Interesting new theory. Further evaluation of this hypothesis is needed.
Our new #PURE paper just out in BMJ: 1) Virtually nobody meets the simultaneous target of low sodium (<2 g/d) with high potassium (>3.5 g/d); 2) Combined MODERATE sodium (3-5 g/d) with HIGH potassium intake is assoc w the LOWEST risk of mortality & CVD. https://t.co/WcfklDEunq
— Andrew Mente, PhD (@andrewmente) March 16, 2019
Phenomenal reporting from @alisonannyoung and @USATODAY. "[The] U.S. continues to watch other countries improve as it falls behind. Today, this is the most dangerous place in the developed world to give birth."https://t.co/FqqMI4wDFb pic.twitter.com/R6T8q9C1Sf
— Kaitlyn Patierno (@khpatierno) July 27, 2018