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Chronic pain is a pain: How gene editing offers hopeful alternative to addictive opioids

Chronic pain is a pain: How gene editing offers hopeful alternative to addictive opioids

NEO.LIFE | 
Chronic pain—defined as pain that persists for longer than 12 weeks despite medication or treatment—is estimated to affect some 20 ...
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Viewpoint: Neurodiversity movement hurts people with autism by ‘romanticizing’ the disorder

Aeon | 
In the past decade, neurodiversity’s popularity has grown enormously, largely because of the buzz surrounding Steve Silberman’s book NeuroTribes (2015). Today, the ...

Even after death, the body is teeming with life

Mosaic | 
Far from being ‘dead’, a rotting corpse is teeming with life. A growing number of scientists view a rotting corpse ...
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