30 new studies show astronauts experience telomere lengthening and mitochondrial malfunction in space.
Humanity's origins aren't as simple as we thought
Hot take: cellular-level studies are not the whole picture
The bloodsuckers may inherit mitochondrial DNA from both mothers and fathers
It could be recruited to fight bad fat
The researchers predict that it could do the same for people, too
Sadly, Adam and Eve probably didn't date each other.
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