Bacteria are connected to how babies experience fear

Bacteria are connected to how babies experience fear

New research from MSU shows that an infant's gut microbiome could contain clues to help monitor and support healthy neurological development. Why do some babies react to perceived danger more than others? According to new research from Michigan State University and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, part of the answer may be found in a surprising place: an infant's digestive system.

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