Could germs in your gut send you into depression?

The first population-level study on the link between gut bacteria and mental health identifies specific gut bacteria linked to depression and provides evidence that a wide range of gut bacteria can produce neuroactive compounds. Jeroen Raes (VIB-KU Leuven) and his team published these results today in the scientific journal Nature Microbiology.

Could germs in your gut send you into depression?

Certain bacteria dwelling in the human gut might feed depression, according to a new study that adds evidence to the theory.

Mon 4 Feb 19 from Phys.org

Specific Gut Microbes Linked With Depression: Study

The research is among the first to find the connection in humans.

Mon 4 Feb 19 from The Scientist

People with depression are less likely to have certain gut bacteria

People who lack certain bacteria are more likely to have depression, according to the largest study yet to find a link between the microbiome and mental health

Mon 4 Feb 19 from Newscientist

A gut feeling for mental health

The first population-level study on the link between gut bacteria and mental health identifies specific gut bacteria linked to depression and provides evidence that a wide range of gut bacteria ...

Mon 4 Feb 19 from Medical Xpress

A gut feeling for mental health, Mon 4 Feb 19 from ScienceDaily

Over 100 new species of bacteria discovered in your gut

I had a gut feeling they would.

Mon 4 Feb 19 from ZME Science

Could Germs in Your Gut Send You Into Depression?

Researchers found that people with depression showed differences in specific groups of gut bacteria. And those with higher concentrations of certain other gut bugs generally reported better ...

Mon 4 Feb 19 from WebMD

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