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As per a recent study by Dr. Kaitlin Wade from the University of Bristol. It has been discovered that a particular type of bacteria in the gut microbiome can increase the risk of bowel cancer by 2% to 15%. This bacteria is known as Bacteroidales in medical terms. And is …

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People with Alzheimer’s gene start to show signs from the age of 40 and by the time they hit 60, their thinking ability and memory completely deteriorates. However, recently a woman with an active Alzheimer’s gene did not show any sign of the disease till her 70s. Her …

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Genetic variation that is present in the serotonin transporter gene (SLC6A4) has recently been studied in the light of treatment options for nervous disorders concerning mental health such as anxiety and depression. Genetic variation of the SLC6A4 is reported to be affecting the anxiety and depression disorders and such that …

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One out every ten people worldwide is left-handed. That means around 10% of the population has a trait called left-handedness. It has recently been discovered that there are certain genes that are linked to this phenomenon. It has been recently proven that round four genetic markers are different …

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Since childhood, we have always been told how eight hours of sleep is the least amount needed to function like a proper human being. Yet we know of many people around us who can function on less amount of sleep. They are fresh and not sleepy or tired. They can …

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