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The 'Second Brain' in Our Bellies and How it Controls Digestion

This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. We are all familiar with the brain, the organ that controls every function, thought, and reflex in our bodies, but an increasingly large group of researchers have begun to suggest we may have a “second brain.” The team at ASAP Science in a recent video explain how a group of nerves, known as the enteric nervous system, is located in our gut and controls far more than you might realize.
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