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Could DNA that is no longer present in the human genome have helped to make humans what we are? Very likely.

Prior posts have looked at a variety of issues related to genes and what allegedly makes humans what we supposedly are. But, is it possible that DNA that is no longer present in the genome also helped to shape us? How would we know? Most research into homo sapien genomics has focused on teasing out...

Nanopollutants Harm the Functioning of Arterioles

Prior posts have noted the adverse health impact of nanoparticles, and that they can cross the so-called blood-brain barrier. Now, animal tests suggest that they affect the function of arterioles, the vessels that connect arteries to capillaries (see Wikipedia- Arteriole ). Researchers exposed rats...