Rhythm and bleughs: Changes in our stomach’s rhythms steer us away from disgusting sights

Rhythm and bleughs: Changes in our stomach’s rhythms steer us away from disgusting sights

Does the sight of maggots squirming in rotten food make you look away in disgust? The phrase ‘makes my stomach turn’ takes on a new meaning today as researchers at the University of Cambridge reveal that changes in the rhythm of our stomachs prompt us to look away from disgusting images.

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Source: Medical Xpress

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