New Insights Into How Microbiome Impacts Early Childhood Behavior – The Week

Read article - Quotes Hannah Laue, a postdoctoral fellow of epidemiology, in an article about her co-authored study that found a direct and sex-specific association between the composition of infant microbiome and early childhood behavioral health. “We found that increased diversity in the gut was better for boys, meaning it was associated with fewer behaviors like anxiety and depression, but not among girls,” said Laue.