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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 205

17 days ago   |   By Mark's Daily Apple

Research of the Week
NAC protects against COVID infection .
Donating blood might be one way to lessen the risk of Parkinson's.
The effects of cousin marriage bans in the US .
Is impulsivity ever adaptive ?
Heart rate during competition predicts athletic success.
Muscles control liver circadian rhythm.
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A hypothesis about fairy circles.
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