• In 2015, a study was conducted on to study the relationship between the gut microbes and the behavioral pattern in kids. 1 / 6

  • Recently scientists in the FinnBrain research project of the University of Turku, Finland again conducted a similar research, but on infants of 10 weeks. 2 / 6

  • Gut microbes in human can be linked with psychological issues, such as Parkinson's disease, depression, and autism spectrum disorders, but this research is a first of its kind conducted on infants. 3 / 6

  • The interesting finding of the research is that greater diversity in gut bacteria is connected to lesser negative emotionality and fear reactivity. 4 / 6

  • However, the research is the first step towards better equipped and in-depth study to find the causal connection between gut microbes and essential behavioral traits. 5 / 6

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