According to researchers, starting to exercise early in life can alter gut microbes for the better, promoting healthier brain and metabolic activity throughout the course of a lifetime.
Being sociable may help transmit beneficial microbes, a new study reports.
Researchers report neurons help protect intestinal tissue from over-inflammation.
A new study reports diet and gut bacteria may influence astrocytes and help control inflammation in Multiple Sclerosis.
Researchers report cells located in the gut spark an immune response that protects neurons against damage connected to Parkinson's.
Researchers report pregnant mice exposed to stress had alterations in the makeup of bacteria in their guts, as well as in the intestinal tracts of their female offspring.
Researchers have identified immune cells in the membranes around the brain that could be a 'missing link' in the gut-brain axis. The immune cells also appear to have a positive impact on recovery following spinal cord injury.
Experimental fecal transplant may help to improve autism symptoms, a new study reports.
According to researchers, intestinal bacteria can accelerate Alzheimer's development.
Researchers report introducing probiotics help reduce yeast infections in men with schizophrenia. Additionally, the probiotics could help decrease the hallucinations and delusions associated with the disease.