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Spaceflight affects the human body in two major, peculiar ways
30 new studies show astronauts experience telomere lengthening and mitochondrial malfunction in space.
A controversial new study claims Botswana may be the origin of modern humanity
Humanity's origins aren't as simple as we thought
High-intensity interval training is great for you—but it won’t keep you from aging
Hot take: cellular-level studies are not the whole picture
Weird Bed Bug Gets Weirder: Genetics Edition
The bloodsuckers may inherit mitochondrial DNA from both mothers and fathers
Humans Have Previously Undiscovered ‘Beige Fat’
It could be recruited to fight bad fat
Newly Discovered Hormone Simulates Exercise In Mice
The researchers predict that it could do the same for people, too
New Evidence: When Did Humanity’s Last Common Male And Female Ancestors Live?
Sadly, Adam and Eve probably didn't date each other.
Proton Transistor Could Help Machines and Organisms Communicate
Human-machine interfaces are constantly improving, but our inability to fully integrate electronics into our bodies stems in part from the … Continued
Infrared Light Pulses Could Make Better Bionics for Deafness, Blindness and More
Optical signals could be used instead of electrical signals to stimulate cells in the body, scientists say. In a new … Continued