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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 195

7 days ago   |   By Mark's Daily Apple

Research of the Week
Babies in the womb “smile” when the mother eats carrots and “frown” when the mother eats kale .
ApoB might not be the predictive biomarker we thought .
Burpee training improves endurance and short term memory in teens.
Kidney recipients actually need more protein than you think .
Wolves can attach to humans .
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