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Antibiotics Kill Good Bacteria, Too
"A healthy blood-brain barrier is necessary for keeping unwanted molecules and cells from entering into the brain from the bloodstream. Without a healthy blood-brain barrier, pathogens can pass from the bloodstream into the brain, causing illness and even death. The blood-brain barrier also maintains central nervous system (CNS) homeostasis and ensures an optimal environment for neuronal function and growth."
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