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Gut microbes may play role in social anxiety disorder, say researchers

Study that involved transplanting people’s microbes into mice may show way to possible therapies, say scientists

While some people might relish the prospect of a new year party, for others socialising can trigger feelings of fear, anxiety and distress. Now researchers say microbes in the gut may play a role in causing social anxiety disorder, opening up fresh possibilities for therapies.

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