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    CRISPR Is Already Changing Our World, Here’s How

    Even if you have no idea how it works or what the letters stand for, chances are you’ve at least heard of the revolutionary technology dubbed CRISPR. Cheaper and far more precise than previous gene-editing processes, the CRISPR/Cas9 molecular toolkit ...
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    Arivale Weight Loss Is Scientifically Geared To A Single Individual

    Arivale, a scientific wellness company, is leveraging DNA and genetics to help users better lose weight with its Arivale Weight Loss program. Arivale was one of the first companies to offer genetic specific insights and coaching for nutrition and this ...
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    Unquantify Your Health With This Screenless Smart Scale

    The scale of the future does not have numbers or dials. It does not tweet out your body fat percentage, nor does it calculate how much water you’re currently retaining. The scale of the future will not scream at you when ...
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    Stress-Lowering Breathing Devices

    The ‘Breathe with b’ System Helps You Manage Feelings and Focus Harnessing the power of breathing techniques can work effectively to manage stress and anxiety, so the ‘Breathe with b’ device looks to make it easier to practice them on ...
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    With Doctors Report, You Can Track Which Illnesses Are Common In Your Area

    While the winter season brings the holidays, fun activities, and the occasional cozy snowfall, it also comes with the territory that you can catch a cold or virus far more easily. This week, we have an app that will help ...
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    Pilates, Not Pills: Doctors Are Writing Exercise Prescriptions

    Family doctors are acknowledging that there’s only so much medicine can do, and sometimes a walk in the park is just what a person needs. If your family doctor said you had to exercise for a set amount of time ...
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    Trying To Find A Healthy Diet? Look To Your Genes

    The latest trend in nutrition isn’t a fad diet or newly discovered supplement; it’s your DNA. Unlocking the secrets of one’s genetic code used to be confined to the laboratory, but increasingly, the big business of DNA is now going ...
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    The Inconvenient Truth About Convenience

    Tim Wu calls convenience “the most underestimated and least understood force in the world today.” Writing for the New York Times, Wu delves into why and how everything in modern life — from food prep to music downloads to online shopping to ...
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    60-Second Mindfulness Apps

    ‘Mood’ is a mindfulness app for the modern soul, offering an approach to well-being that is easily accessible to any busy individual. Unlike many meditation apps and mindfulness resources that are available, Mood was developed to be an on-the-go solution ...