Andy’s Quick Hits (81): The Gut Bacteria that Improve Cognition in Boys

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Girls are better than boys. We all know that, right? Or more specifically it is well known, and documented, that girls score higher at earlier ages in cognition and language.

This could be for many reasons, maturing earlier, for example. However, a recent piece of research has highlighted another potential reason related to neurological…

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