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Reprogenetics
Elsa Chambers
A Very Personal Problem

About half of all medical patients get a drug, in any given year, that could interact with their genes and cause serious side effects.

Inexpensive gene tests, as yet only available in a few hospitals, could avoid these life-threatening problems.

Yet lac…

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Joseph Evans
Reprogenetics, Reproductive Risks and Cultural Awareness

Reprogenetics, Reproductive Risks and Cultural Awareness

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Past investigations underscored the conceivable social impact on mentalities to reprogenetics and regenerative dangers among clinical understudies who are taken to be “future doctors.” …

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Reprogenetics
Elsa Chambers
Moving from Population Medicine to Personalized Medicine

In the United States, despite high hopes, our health-care system still generally operates as a one-size-fits-all model. Some refer to this as a population model. This paradigm suggests that in the majority of people, an ailment — be it a common cold or a …

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Reprogenetics
Demi Powell
Genetic Memory can tell us about the Past

Does the human soul transcend the lifetime of the body it inhabits? Do humans even have souls? If we do, what happens to that soul after we die?

Big questions, such as these, require big answers. And despite what some people want you to believe, these on…

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Demi Powell
If you can do this diet, you can slow down ageing

With the help of a small stool, Mercy Carrion clambers onto an examination table. The obese 50-year-old woman stands just 115.6 cm (3 feet, 9.5 inches) tall. Despite being overweight, Mercy shows no sign of developing diabetes and has remarkably low blood…

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Demi Powell
Vaccines contain Mercury which leads to Autism

A team of nine scientists from leading Egyptian medical schools and universities have found that one in every 50 children in America have metabolic brain disease, and it could be a result of the mercury contained in vaccines. How was this found?

Mercury …

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Reprogenetics
Felix Wallace
Why Mental Health Disorders Emerge in Your Early 20s

There’s a reason the image of the floundering, scared, shaky post-teen struggling to enter adulthood is a cliché. Between moving out of your parent’s home, going to college and getting a job, lack of sleep, drugs, and unrestricted access to alcohol, becom…

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Reprogenetics
Frankie Lynch
A Major HIV Breakthrough New Discovery Helps Scientists Kill Virus Cells

AIDS patients must endure a lifetime of drugs because the virus conceals itself in the immune system and reactivates with a vengeance once the treatment stops. However, French scientists have discovered a marker that makes it possible to identify dormant,…

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Reprogenetics
Joseph Evans
Reprogenetics third millennium speculation

Reprogenetics: What Would The Future Look Like?

On July 25 1978, Louise Joy Brown, the primary child to be imagined outside the human body, was conceived. Her introduction to the world stood out as truly newsworthy as it indicated that in vitro treatment…

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Frankie Lynch
Thanks to AI, Computers Can Now See Your Health Problems

PATIENT NUMBER TWO was born to first-time parents, late 20s, white. The pregnancy was normal and the birth uncomplicated. But after a few months, it became clear something was wrong. The child had ear infection after ear infection and trouble breathing at…

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Greg Cooper
Why Sex (Really) Matters

There is no more important topic in the social sciences than sex. The truth of this assertion is linked to two indisputable facts: sex often produces babies, and babies are not born blank slates. Though remnants of the Tabula Rasa myth still haunt the per…

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Greg Cooper
TRANSHUMANIST RIGHTS ARE THE CIVIL RIGHTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY

Maitreya One, a black futurist and hip-hop artist living in Harlem, steps off the Greyhound bus on a warm morning in Montgomery, Alabama. Wearing sunglasses and a backwards-facing baseball hat, he eyes the film crew covering his arrival. I walk up to him …

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Greg Cooper
Powerful 'Gene Drive' Can Quickly Change An Entire Species

Biologist Ethan Bier runs a laboratory at the University of California, San Diego where fruit flies are used to help unravel the processes that lead to some human diseases. One day recently, a graduate student in the lab called him over to take a look at …

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Reprogenetics
Marian Yates
When Science and Religion Collide or Why Einstein Wasn't an Atheist

How has religion held up under the scrutiny of modern science? Not well, according to evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, who believes the only reason religion is still with us at all is not because it has inherent worth but because it’s as catching a…

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Sylvester Dean
How Sleep and Mental Health are Linked in the Brain

We are only beginning to unravel the genetic and biochemical basis of mental illness — a vague term including conditions as diverse as anxiety, depression, and mood and psychotic disorders. With millions of people suffering from such conditions, it is cru…

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Vivian Adkins
Humans Would Not Exist if Viruses Hadn’t Intervened in Our Evolution

In one of the most memorable scenes from the 1999 blockbuster hit The Matrix, the antagonist, Agent Smith, a sentient computer program, interrogates rebel leader Morpheus by ‘hacking’ into his brain. As Smith waits for the information he needs, he infamou…

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Brendan Obrien
A Psychologist Is Trying to Use Genetics to Predict If Therapy Will Work

For anyone looking to access mental health care in the British National Health Service, choosing a type of therapy or other treatment can be a daunting task. A quick perusal of the handy guidebook “Which Talking Therapy for Depression,” offers up Cognitiv…

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Douglas Bishop
Indigenous Australians Most Ancient Civilisation on Earth, DNA Study Confirms

Claims that Indigenous Australians are the most ancient continuous civilisation on Earth have been backed by the first extensive study of their DNA, which dates their origins to more than 50,000 years ago.

Scientists were able to trace the remarkable jou…

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Stephen Black
7,000-year-old wisdom tooth reveals the appearance of the first Europeans

Drawing of what the man could have looked like, based on the data recovered in his genes. (ileon.com/CC BY NC ND 3.0)

The popular picture of the light-skinned European hunter-gatherer is not accurate. DNA obtained from a 7,000-year-old wisdom tooth found…

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Javier Bush
People With Rhesus Negative Blood May Be Not of This World

Studies conducted on rhesus negative blood types show that they are missing the Rhesus factor, a protein substance present in the red blood cells of other humans.

Theories suggest that people with Rhesus (RH) negative blood may be from outside this world…

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Whitney Welch
The Science Of Laziness

A mutation in a gene with a critical role in the brain could explain why some people are “couch potatoes” according to researchers.

Scientists in China and Scotland have made what is being called a “key discovery”, which centres on the system that regula…

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Elsa Chambers
Is it possible to accurately predict your future health needs?

The American public holds the attitude, “it can’t happen to me,” no matter the issue or suffering. While it’s honorable to be optimistic, the Seniorcare.com Aging Council agree that being too positive is like burying one’s head in the sand, which can grav…

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Elsa Chambers
How Our Thoughts Control Our DNA

The common idea that DNA determines so much of who we are — not only our eye or hair color, for example, but also our addictions, disorders, or susceptibility to cancer — is a misconception. This concept “says you are less powerful than your genes.”

The…

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Elsa Chambers
New genetic theory might pave way to understanding human intelligence

British scientists believe they have made a huge step forward in the understanding of the mechanisms of human intelligence. That genetic inheritance must play some part has never been disputed. Despite occasional claims later dismissed, no-one has yet pro…

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