English is rich with idioms that connect our bellies with our behavior. We get "butterflies in our stomachs" or just hav...

English is rich with idioms that connect our bellies with our behavior. We get "butterflies in our stomachs" or just have a "gut feeling" about things. But increasingly, there's scientific evidence that the bacteria in our guts might influence emotion and behavior. Our gastrointestinal tracts teem with tens of thousands of species of bacteria.

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