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Coffee Consumption and Cardiovascular Health: Genetics of the Ideal Daily Dose

Coffee consumption is an everyday activity for many people worldwide. We all have our favourite way of drinking coffee, and we also differ in the doses we take. Some among us like to drink several cups a day, and others don't want to be near a cup. Why do people differ in how much coffee they can drink? The Study
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Extensive Longevity Study May Help in Early Disease Detection

Researchers believe they can make the diagnosis of medical conditions easier with the aid of genetics. Because of this, in this research, a group of scientists looks at genotype and phenotype associations. About the Research A new study on longevity comes from Human Longevity, Inc. (HLI). They are an innovative company that provides data-driven health care to patients and doctors.
Longevity Biomarkers
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Longevity Biomarkers Found in Mice

Human longevity is an important aspect of pharmaceutical and medical research. There are many substances and dietary additives that are known to have a positive effect on human health. Until now little extensive research about the body mechanisms that influence longevity exists. A new study on mice looks at 8 different longevity interventions and compares their influence on rodent health
DIPG Child Brain Cancer Potential New Treatment
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DIPG Child Brain Cancer Potential New Treatment

Scientists working on Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gliomas (DIPG) discover a potential new treatment strategy. The DIPG is an aggressive tumor that affects children below the age of 10. The tumor is lethal for most children and we know nothing about its treatment. The DIPG and its Development The Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gliomas (DIPG) is a type of brain tumor that
tRNA Mutations
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tRNA Mutations May Play a Key Role in the Development of Diseases

New research shows that transfer ribonucleic acid (tRNA) plays the translator role in human genetics. That is tRNA reads and translates the genetic code into proteins. The scientists working on this study propose that translation errors can cause disease in humans. The differences in the genetic code make some people prone to certain diseases. Most of the research about genetics