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The Happiest People in the World

Summer came early to Helsinki this year. Already in early May the temperatures soared to unexpected heights, and people dug out their shorts and bicycles and smiles, and set out to enjoy the abundant sunshine. 1,254 more words


Infant immunity Part 1 - Important information from Dr Suzanne Humphries on pregnancy, nutrition, vaccines, antibiotics & more

Dr Suzanne Humphries

Published on Mar 23, 2015

In part one Dr Humphries discusses ‘the three year pregnancy’, the importance of epigentics, nutrition, the microbiome and the trouble with vaccines and antibiotics.




This 2018 UK review subject was colored-hearing arising on hearing music:

“Music-colour synaesthesia has a broad scope encompassing not only tone-colour synaesthesia elicited on hearing individual tones, but a complex and idiosyncratic mixture of phenomenological…

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Limbic System

Bruce Lipton - Change Your Programming

I came across Bruce Lipton years ago when he released the book ‘The Biology of Belief’. I am fascinated with the subconscious mind and how our thoughts create our reality.  2,731 more words


Another lousy article on epigenetics, this time in the New York Review of Books

I don’t know who the New York Review of Books is getting to vet its biology articles, but this one below (free access) is really confusing. 1,689 more words


The legacy of inherited PTSD: Reckoning with a traumatic past


“I don’t live in the past,” a Holocaust survivor once said. “The past lives in me.” This message was recently shared by Dr. Rachel Yehuda, a molecular biologist who specializes in the study of epigenetics – i.e., modifications of DNA caused by experiential impacts such as trauma. 877 more words

Authors As Guest Bloggers

New Paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA

Congratulation to Tom Dodd, Chunli Yan, Kurt Martin and Brad Kossmann who published a new paper in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.  35 more words

Research News From Ivaylo Ivanov's Group At Georgia State University