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There’s a kind of a nexus between the brain and the gut that people don’t think about very much,” Rogers said. “But I think it’s more important than it might first appear that what happens in your gut might sometimes affect problems with brain function and different mental conditions you have – and visa versa. It’s an interesting area of research, and we’re hoping we can look into it a bit more.”

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