Jumping to conclusions and #suicidal behavior in #depression and #psychosis

Highlights • Presence of JTC is higher in depressive and psychotic patients with history of SB, specially under ambiguous conditions. • Within individuals who exhibited JTC, more had a diagnosis of depression than psychosis, and that is related to older age. • JTC might be considered a transdiagnostic construct present in different psychiatric disorders. Abstract Suicidal behavior (SB) involves an impairment in decision-making (DM). Jumping … Continue reading Jumping to conclusions and #suicidal behavior in #depression and #psychosis

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High-#Fiber, Whole-Food Dietary Intervention Alters the Human Gut #Microbiome but Not Fecal Short-Chain Fatty Acids

Dietary shifts can have a direct impact on the gut microbiome by preferentially selecting for microbes capable of utilizing the various dietary nutrients. The intake of dietary fiber has decreased precipitously in the last century, while consumption of processed foods has increased. Fiber, or microbiota-accessible carbohydrates (MACs), persist in the digestive tract and can be metabolized by specific bacteria encoding fiber-degrading enzymes. The digestion of … Continue reading High-#Fiber, Whole-Food Dietary Intervention Alters the Human Gut #Microbiome but Not Fecal Short-Chain Fatty Acids

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