Holidays Spent with In-Laws Changes Your Gut Bacteria?

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A new study found that those who spent the holidays with their in-laws had lower levels of a good gut bacteria, which is associated with chronic stress and depression, but those who stayed with their own families saw an increase in the bacteria. Trying to create the perfect holiday can create stress! Our audience is gifted with a 12-month coffee subscription to Driftaway Coffee, a OXO 20-piece pop set of containers, exclusive bundle of natural towel products from Towl, Back to the Roots home gardening kits, and Zinus is also giving the audience the Jackie couch.