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Getting a flu shot this fall as the pandemic rages could literally save your life

Vox | 
Uncertainty looms over flu season every year, but this time there are even more unknowns than usual — from precisely what ...
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5 factors explaining vast differences in how each of us responds to dangers posed by COVID-19

Genetic Literacy Project | 
From mask wearing to physical distancing, individuals wield a lot of power in how the coronavirus outbreak plays out. Behavioral ...

What keeps your microbiome happy?

Popular Science | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  The microbes in your ...

Genetics traces Gypsies to ancient Indian origin

Scientific American | 
The Romani people—once known as “gypsies” or Roma—have been objects of both curiosity andpersecution for centuries. Today, some 11 million Romani, ...

Real-time genetics could squash “superbug” outbreaks

Scientific American | 
Genetic sequences of drug-resistant bacteria have helped scientists better understand how these dastardly infections evolve—and elude treatment. But these superbugs ...
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