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Psychosocial stress and the gut microbiota

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  • Carson, T. L. et al. Associations between race, perceived psychological stress, and the gut microbiota in a sample of generally healthy black and white women: a pilot study on the role of race and perceived psychological stress. Psychosom. Med. 80, 640–648 (2018).

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Correspondence to Ariangela Kozik.

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A.K. is a board member at the Black Microbiologists Association. A.S. declares no competing interests.

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Stephens, A., Kozik, A. Psychosocial stress and the gut microbiota. Nat Microbiol 7, 1505 (2022).

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