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✔️ Aging | Elephants vs. Mice | More! |TAPP Updates - Issue #7

Kevin Patton
Kevin Patton
Aging, elephants vs. mice, COVID updates, autism discovery, tech in diagnosis & therapy, and the phone-checking wave—those stories and more in this update issue.

Life Science Updates
These cellular clocks help explain why elephants are bigger than mice
Draining brain's debris enhances Alzheimer's therapies in mice
The central role of DNA damage in the ageing process | Nature
Stress slows the immune response in sick mice
Childhood air pollution exposure linked to poor mental health at age 18
Brain Study Suggests Autism Develops Differently in Girls Than Boys
AI caught a hidden problem in one patient's heart. Can it work for others?
Teaching medicine to machines < Yale School of Medicine
Meet Virtual Reality, Your New Physical Therapist - The New York Times
Teaching & Learning Updates
Glancing at your phone quickly prompts other people to do the same
Good to know if you check your phone during class—perhaps to check the time remaining.
TAPP News & Notes
Back to Campus Pandemic Teaching | Resilience | TAPP 74
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