June 3, 2019
by John Rodakis
We want to highlight two recent studies and their press coverage that indicate potentially promising developments for autism.
Two Line Summary:
Stool (gut bacteria) from children with autism caused mice to develop autism-like symptoms.
Stool from healthy donors...
September 4, 2018
by Paul Whiteley
From the mouth all the way down to the erm, other end, bacteria flourish and serve important biological purposes. Could some developmental diagnoses also show gut microbiome involvement?
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