An experimental diet mimics a rare genetic mutation that claims to slow down aging and guard against disease
The obese 50-year-old woman stands just 115.6 cm (3'9.5'') tall. Despite being overweight, Mercy shows no sign of developing diabetes and has remarkably low blood pressure at 100/70. "That's why they care
Yet another notebook from the early 1850s, “Journal for Weaknesses” (Zhurnal dlia slabostei)—or, as he called it, the “Franklin journal”—listed, in columns, potential weaknesses, such as laziness, mendacity,
How a mild-mannered children’s celebrity plans to save science in America—or go down swinging. Photographs by F. Scott Schafer Let’s say that I am, through my actions, doomed, and that I will go to hell,”
No ape had done that before. It was an important milestone in the story of human evolution. The ancestor in question, Homo erectus, could use simple tools and hunt. His diet was more meat-based than plant-based.