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Abnormal gut bugs tied to worse cognitive performance in vets with PTSD and cirrhosis

12:51 EDT 12 Sep 2019 | Science Daily

A study involving military veterans with PTSD and cirrhosis of the liver points to an abnormal mix of bacteria in the intestines as a possible driver of poor cognitive performance -- and as a potential target for therapy.

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