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You Can Grow Stronger in Response to Stress. Sisu
You Can Grow Stronger in Response to Stress. Sisu
aweGene | 20 January
Formula 1 driver Mika Häkkinen recalls looking out his hotel window on the morning of a big race, and watching sheets of rain lashing the buildings outside.
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Living Near Forests Has an Unexpected Benefit
Living Near Forests Has an Unexpected Benefit
aweGene | 18 January
It is rush hour and you are crammed inside a train carriage with a stranger’s armpit pressing against your face. Are you feeling relaxed?Studies have
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People with Emergency Reserves are More Likely to Reach Their Step Goal than the Others
People with Emergency Reserves are More Likely to Reach Their Step Goal than the Others
aweGene | 18 January
Anyone who has ever been on a diet or tried to quit smoking knows how difficult it can be to attain a personal goal. One nibble of a chocolate chip cookie or
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Ethical Consequences of Immortality Technology
Ethical Consequences of Immortality Technology
aweGene | 18 January
Immortality has gone secular. Unhooked from the realm of gods and angels, it’s now the subject of serious investment - both intellectual and financial -
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How Do We Avoid Developing an Entire Generation of Pessimistic Youth? The Answer is Individual Optimism
How Do We Avoid Developing an Entire Generation of Pessimistic Youth? The Answer is Individual Optimism
aweGene | 18 January
The future of jobs has never been more uncertain. McKinsey Global Institute estimates that half of all jobs could be automated by 2055. Industry
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Scientists Have Created a Drug that Replicates the Health Benefits of Exercise
Scientists Have Created a Drug that Replicates the Health Benefits of Exercise
aweGene | 18 January
Researchers have made the breakthrough of couch potatoes’ dreams with a new drug that mimics some of the most important effects of exercise. Scientists from
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The Way We Work is Terrible for Our Brains. 5 Ways to Fight Back
The Way We Work is Terrible for Our Brains. 5 Ways to Fight Back
aweGene | 17 January
The only thing constant in our lives, and in any business, is the certainty of change. We can’t control that. No leader can prevent surprises, disruptions
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Vitamin D Could Be Much More Important to Your Health than You Think
Vitamin D Could Be Much More Important to Your Health than You Think
aweGene | 17 January
Vitamin D helps our bodies regulate levels of calcium and phosphate – nutrients that keep bones, teeth, and muscles healthy. Often, sunlight on our skin can be
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What Is It That Makes Humans Unique?
What Is It That Makes Humans Unique?
aweGene | 17 January
If an extraterrestrial civilization were to observe and study our planet from an objective perspective, there is no doubt that among the millions of species on
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The First Person to Live to 1000 Has Already Been Born
The First Person to Live to 1000 Has Already Been Born
aweGene | 16 January
TO BE YOUNG FOREVERAging has plagued biological organisms since life first began on planet Earth and it’s an accepted and universally understood part of life.
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Introducing the Genosenium
Introducing the Genosenium
aweGene | 16 January
A study published online Dec. 7 in Science, led by researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, used whole-genome sequencing of
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Hallmarks of Aging: Genomic Instability
Hallmarks of Aging: Genomic Instability
aweGene | 16 January
What is genomic instability?The cells of your body produce a constant flow of proteins and other materials; these are built according to the blueprints
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