Genomes suggest where wolves became dogs

Researchers have found that prehistoric dogs from Germany may have been genetic ancestors to modern European dogs. The finding suggests a single domestication event of modern dogs from a population of gray wolves that occurred between 20,000 and 40,000 years...
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Why unsafe cosmetics are still on store shelves

Consumer complaints more than doubled for cosmetic products from 2015 to 2016, report researchers. The biggest offender was with hair-care products. Consumers remain at risk because the industry receives little regulatory scrutiny and does not require pre-approval from the Food...
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Could Targeting Myelin Treat Binge Eating?

Researchers have identified a gene in mice associated with binge eating, a new study suggests. The team may have also found evidence that binge eating alters the makeup of proteins in the brain. Recent technological developments, such as whole genome...
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Happy Independence Day!

From all of us here at Carbomer Pharmaceutical & Chemical Supply Co, Happy Independence Day! We wish you a happy and safe holiday this Fourth of July. Happy Independence...
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Our Pursuit of Happiness Actually Makes Us Sad

Social pressure to feel happy can actually have the opposite effect–and might contribute to the prevalence of depression–according to recent research. “Depression rates are higher in countries that place a premium on happiness,” says social psychologist Brock Bastian. “Rather than...
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