A new study reports long term use of antibiotics in mice decreased levels of amyloid plaques and activated inflammatory microglial cells.
A new study appears to add to the growing evidence that the immune system may play a vital role in some psychiatric disorders.
According to a new mouse study, antibiotics that are strong enough to kill gut bacteria can also halt the growth of hippocampal neurons.
Researchers have discovered how pieces of bacterial cell wall cross the placenta and enter developing neurons, altering fetal brain anatomy and cognitive functioning after birth.
According to researchers, some common antibiotics could be linked to delirium and some other temporary brain problems.