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Social science has shown for decades that partnering up leads to better health outcomes. New studies are investigating the link between close social relationships and a flourishing microbiome to find out if gut microbiome diversity is the mechanism that links relationships to health. Herbs For Health, Health And Wellness, Mental Health, Gut Brain, Vagus Nerve, Health Living, Gut Microbiome, Daily Ritual, Germ
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Feb 15, 2022 - Have you ever noticed how the most beautiful moments in our close relationships can be really germy? Kissing a baby on the face, bear-hugging a best friend, locking lips with a lover, or having sex, all involve a momentary meeting of our "Second Selves", or the microbial cells that live on and inside our bodies and h