Autism Linked To Bacteria In Stomach That Affects The Brain

Autism Linked To Bacteria In Stomach That Affects The Brain

By Samantha Olson

“We know clearly that many children with autism have GI problems, but we don’t know exactly how those GI disturbances are related to brain function,” comments Paul Wang, Autism Speaks vice president for medical research. “We need to understand the interplay between the gut and the brain so that we can identify the right treatment approaches.” Read full article

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