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Study Time! Latest Articles From - Issue #127


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June 21 · Issue #127 · View online

Your latest update featuring some of this week's studies published on

Anti-aging protein discovered in blood prevents mental decline
Just the two of us: 1 in 4 couples opt to never have kids — and are just as happy
Intermittent fasting is ‘nothing special’ for weight loss
Another pandemic in 2028? Scientists discover ‘pocket’ that may stop future coronaviruses
Aging process hasn’t slowed down for humans — we’re just not dying younger
Doping deception: Researchers say pro athletes who cheat have to get creative with their lies
One of Antarctica’s largest glaciers is ‘ripping itself apart,’ threatening global sea levels
Earliest memories can be recalled from as young as two-and-a-half years old
Smartphone-obsessed teens consume fewer vegetables, ‘mindlessly’ eat more junk food
Tylenol-based gene therapy makes treating genetic diseases a ‘walk in the park’
Scientists discover part of the brain addicted to news stories about ‘impending doom’
Socially active older women more likely to be emotionally abused or mistreated, study reveals
ALS discovery: New form of disease found in children as young as 4
Popcorn perfection? Study reveals the secrets to popping every kernel
COVID-19 virus can infect the testicles, study reveals
Male infertility cure closer to reality after genetic discovery
Stem cell breakthrough paves way for scientists to grow synthetic kidneys
Potentially groundbreaking Alzheimer’s vaccine dramatically slows disease in phase 2 trial
Massive rhino discovered in China could be largest land mammal that ever lived
Father’s Day 2021: East Coast dominates list of best states for working dads
As society returns to ‘normal,’ half of Americans anxious about resuming pre-pandemic lifestyle
Mosquitoes in winter? Scientists say pests will be a year-long problem thanks to climate change
ISO more spice: 3 in 10 Americans became friskier than ever before during pandemic
Zodiac babies: 1 in 5 want their child to be born under a certain astrological sign
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