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Although only a small fraction of the modern genome is Neanderthal in nature, archaic man's contribution is still profound in surprising ways. Read more at Psychology Today
Why alarming stunting levels coexist with economic growth in many states in India
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In American Baby, Gabrielle Glaser unravels family secrets and considers the motivations that wove them into American life in the first place. Read more at New York Times
Learn Genetics Quickly With This Simple (and Sweet) Gummy Bear Experiment How did you eat gummy bears when you were a kid? As youngsters, many of us made Frankenstein-esque creations from different colors of the sweet treats. What was once a fun snack time ac Read more at My Modern Met
Numerous natural products are awaiting discovery in all kinds of natural habitats. Especially microorganisms such as bacteria or fungi are able to produce diverse natural products with high biomedical application potential in particular as antibiotics and ant Read more at Phys.Org
Biologists have long wondered how complex organisms contain a variety of dramatically different types of cells with specialized functions, even though all of those cells are genetically identical. Read more at Phys.Org
Everyone's skin is different and requires an individual routine. Dermatologists do recommend wearing SPF daily and eating a healthy diet.
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In the workplace, most of us can classify ourselves as anxious rats or chill rats.
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A new machine learning framework for genomics insights of DNA-binding may help speed up precision medicine and the development of novel treatments. Read more at Psychology Today
Coffee doesnt just have to perk up your morning, it can also perk up tired eyes! Infused with real coffee, this coffee under eye cream features nourishing antioxidants, butters, and oils. What Causes Dark Circles Under the Eyes? Before we go about fixing a p Read more at Wellnessmama.com
Lets face it, guys: getting old isnt easy. Whether youre just entering your 40s or youre in the middle of your retirement years, you know that your body doesnt look or function the same way it did 5, 10, 20, or even 30 years ago. However, the first ste Read more at The Good Men Project
In botanic gardens, the lineage of a famously smelly plant is threatened. Can a new collaborative program save it?
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If all the faculty announced that were only going to work 10 hour days, and we dont work on weekends anymore. Boom, done. Wed have to hire lots of new faculty and our administrators would all faint and the state government would denounce us all as socialis Read more at Freethoughtblogs.com
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Obesity, considered to be a big risk factor for COVID-19 may also make vaccines less effective, as many researchers believe. We explain why
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From Fortran to arXiv.org, these advances in programming and platforms sent biology, climate science and physics into warp speed.
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