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“As adults, it is affected by what we eat, what we drink, how often we have sex, who we have sex with, where we live, and the air we breathe,” the report continued, and that the microbiome and gut health is linked to our memory, too.To reach this conclusion, Dr Janet Jansson, director of biological science at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Washington state and her team, injected with a certain bacteria called Lactobacillus, and analysed how the inject mice’s memories fared, co
ACCC boss Rod Sims has called for a broad inquiry into privacy concerns surrounding Facebook and Google. Picture: Kym SmithIt’s weird enough that the garlic crusher I bought months ago keeps popping up in my feed even though I’m sure I only googled it once, but now my searches are invading my partner’s social media bubble?