Depression: is Treating the Gut a New Frontier in Antidepressant Therapy?

Today we are talking about a serious and common illness, Depression, and new research regarding how the gastrointestinal tract may be involved with this condition.  Though Depression is a complicated disorder with many neurologic, genetic, and exogenous factors involved, today we will be discussing exciting research regarding the effects the gut can have on the brain function in depressed patients. Please enjoy!
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