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Talking microbes: The significance of gut-microbiota in metabolic health

Dr. Pradeep Talwalkar
The human gastrointestinal (GI) tract is characterized as one of the largest interfaces (250–400 m2) between the host, environmental factors and antigens in the human body. The normal gut microbiota imparts specific functions in host, such as mediating many fundamental metabolic pathways including sugars and proteins fermentation and metabolism of bile acids and xenobiotics.
 

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Influence of depression, anxiety and cognition on treatment effects of Ginkgo biloba extract egb 761® in patients with tinnitus & dementia
Tinnitus, a phantom sound sensation perceived by about 10–19% of adults in the general population, and approximately by 1 in 3 of the elderly persons, has been shown to be commonly associated with hearing loss, aging and stress. And, hearing loss, in sequence, has been strongly associated with cognitive impairment, posing a high risk of conversion to dementia 5-10 years after its onset.

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