Incredible genes’ can only do so much to counteract an unhealthy lifestyle

What defines our health? Scientists know it’s some combination of genes, the environment, and the choices we make. But which one has the most impact? Last week, results of Donald Trump’s annual physical showed that, despite boasting a diet of high-fat, low-fiber foods, our President isn’t in bad health for a 71-year-old. His doctor, Rear Admiral Ronny […]

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Rev. Jesse Jackson continues Christmas jail tradition despite Parkinson’s disease diagnosis | Christian News on Christian Today

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charge cell phones, tablets, 5 in 1

I bought this product to charge cell phones, tablets, 5 in 1, good price and quality. Cell Phone Cables, 5 in 1 cable Fast Charge USB   Charge cell phones

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THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF SPICE ACCORDING TO SPICEOLOGIST

Raise your hand if you’ve got spices on a spice rack that you have no idea what to do with. Everyone? We definitely do. Over time, they just seem to add up as you buy them for one recipe, then promptly forget about them (here’s looking at you, marjoram). In order to avoid amassing spices […]

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Remembering Dick Enberg’s One-In-A-Million Sports Broadcasting Career, Life

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OPINIÓN: Desafortunadamente, la Fuerza tal vez no esté contigo | Expansión

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How young Emelle survived anorexia

At the height of her illness, Emelle Lewis weighed just five stone, dressed in children’s clothes and refused to sit down in order to burn calories. Now she hopes her experience will inspire others battling the condition. The eating disorder first took hold when she was 15, with Miss Lewis believing she was too ‘fat […]

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Biochemist Bert Poolman: The Dutch Synthetic Cell

Wind turbines have replaced windmills in the North Holland farmlands outside Groningen, and Google now has a significant presence in the city itself. Otherwise Groningen looks like a page from Hans Brinker. One in every five residents is a student, many at the University of Groningen. It’s a culture where friends still share bike rides on the back […]

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MIT researchers are making computers out of live bacteria

In the future, you could be eating cancer-detecting robots in much the same way you take your morning vitamins. Researchers at MIT have created a new responsive material that can change along with its environment, using living cells that act like basic computers. The technique uses genetically engineered bacteria—fine-tuned to respond to various stimuli—that can be 3D-printed […]

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