By Tiffany SimmsIn light of our enormous autoimmunity research, we understand how hard it is to face 67 slides of only article and book citations with no context. So! We’ve put together a table of contents with a brief abstract for each section to aid your exploration. The Invisible Epidemic: Incidence and Prevalence Autoimmune Diseases… Continue reading Our Guide to Bridging the Autoimmune Abyss through New Discoveries
Do you recognize the feeling of “butterflies?” We feel “butterflies” because the gut’s enteric nervous system, our “second brain,” houses 95% of the body’s serotonin. This same system also partially determines our mental state and plays a key role in contracting certain diseases. In fact, our brain and gut appear to be connected in significant ways. According to… Continue reading Can Science Explain Gut Feelings?