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Paleolithic diet may not have been that ‘paleo’, scientists say

Researchers at Witticism University indicate humen in southern Africa were feeing carbs up to 170,000 years ago a jolt to gym vloggers everywhere In a blow to gym vloggers who pretend to be scientists everywhere, the paleo diet may not be all that paleo. According to a new study, humen were eating carbs up to …

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Drugs That Boost Our Circadian Rhythms Could Save Our Lives

This tale has been one of a series on how we make time–from productivity hackers and long strolls to altering the function of our own circadian clocks . Before there was electricity or the internet or screens illuminated by thousands of liquid crystals rotating polarized pulsations of photons, humen largely lived by the daily comings …

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Are Antibacterials Scarier Than Bacteria? Great Question

Germ Phobia Vs. Chemical Phobia Advertising campaigns and a few well-meaning journalists for years persuaded Americans that our homes, offices and bodies are teeming with bacteria and therefore, to be safe, we should use lots of antibacterial chemicals. Now we have growing evidence that triclosan — one of the main antibacterials chemicals incorporated into soaps, …

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Cheddar Man alters the route we think about our ancestors

The study of a 10,000 -year-old man astonished people where reference is disclosed his blue eyes and dark scalp and few predicted he would reshape our view of our genetic heritage Genetics The Observer Cheddar Man alters the route we think about our ancestors The study of a 10,000 -year-old man astounded people when it …

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Can the Koala Genome Save the Species From Deforestation and Chlamydia?

You genuinely gotta feel for the koala. It lives exclusively on poisonous eucalyptus leaves, which limits its feeding alternatives. Habitat destruction has splintered the species into isolated populations. And as if that weren’t enough, koalas are suffering a chlamydia epidemic. All told, Australia’s iconic tree-dwelling marsupial is in serious trouble. What appear to be disparate …

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