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Oral Bacteria in the Brain Might Contribute to Alzheimer’s
Researchers studying the bacteria in the mouth have found that bacteria that causes gum disease may play a role in the course of Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
The hidden world of the digestive tract, beginning with the mouth, is populated by a vastly diverse group of microorganisms. Many of these microbes are critical for our good health, but in unhealthy conditions, disease-causing microbes may flourish and cause health problems in other parts of the body.