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Why do some people never get sick? How genes, habits and your surroundings can make or break immune health

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“People get exposed to the same virus, the same dose, even the same source. One gets very sick, and the ...
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‘On the precipice of memory loss’: Pursuing better diagnostic tools for patients with CTE and other neurodegenerative disorders

Genetic Literacy Project | 
New imaging analyses hint at progressive brain disorders like CTE, offering people with memory issues difficult — but transformative — ...
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Tracing the birth of new languages—as older tongues fade away

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Anthropologists and linguists are working to understand how complex systems of communication emerge—and what they reveal about how to keep ...

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