New Study Indicates Link Between Gut Bacteria And Depression

A new study looking at the gut bacteria of over 1,000 people in Belgium has found a possible link between certain types of bacteria and depression.The study published today in Nature Microbiology combined data from the microbiomes of 1,054 people enrolled in the Flemish Gut Flora project with self-reported and physician-diagnosed depression data. Using bioinformatics analyses, the researchers were able to identify certain groups of bacteria, which were either positively or negatively correlated with mental health…………..

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Welcome To Medicare’s Open Season Your Head Is About To Explode – Howard Gleckman

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It is Medicare open season. And, let’s face it, nobody has any idea what to do. The other night, I got a call from a friend who works in the long-term care advocacy world. She will soon turn 65 and is confronting the reality of enrolling in Medicare. She has been doing diligent research and creating detailed spreadsheets. And she is baffled. Some choice is good. So is competition. But needless complexity is something else entirely. And we know from behavioral science that, faced with too many choices, humans often make poor decisions or …do nothing………

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/howardgleckman/2018/10/19/welcome-to-medicares-open-season-your-head-is-about-to-explode/#368279248edc

 

 

 

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