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Applied Evolutionary Psychology
How evolutionary psychology can improve the quality of life.
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Good genes, bad genes, and the impact of genetic technology on human evolution
Good genes, bad genes, and the impact of genetic technology on human evolution.

Joon Yun

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Evolution may have catapulted humans to the top of the food chain but it also landed us with bad backs, dropped arches and impacted wisdom teeth, according to scientists. >>Read More
Post: February 15, 2013 4:02 pm, Source: The Telegraph  Comments (0) Views (1269)
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From the point of view of the selfish gene, creatures are supposed to drop dead as soon as they lose the power to reproduce. A man can make babies his whole life, even if the sperm of his old age lacks vigor and genetic fidelity. >>Read More
Post: January 30, 2013 12:07 pm, Source: New Republic   Comments (2) Views (2628)
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Evolution has revolutionized our modern scientific understanding of natural history and how our bodies came to be. Yet evolutionary insights regarding health and disease are not typically emphasized with patients. >>Read More
Post: January 25, 2013 8:34 pm, Source: Scientific American   Comments (0) Views (907)
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Over 500 billion cells in our bodies will be replaced daily, yet natural selection has enabled us to develop defenses against the cellular mutations which could cause cancer. It is this relationship between evolution and the body's fight against cancer which is explored in a new special issue of the Open Access journal Evolutionary Applications. >>Read More
Post: January 22, 2013 11:14 am, Source: Medical Xpress   Comments (0) Views (951)
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Anyone whose resolve to exercise in 2013 is a bit shaky might want to consider an emerging scientific view of human evolution. It suggests that we are clever today in part because a million years ago, we could outrun and outwalk most other mammals over long distances. >>Read More
Post: December 27, 2012 4:54 pm, Source: New York Times  Comments (0) Views (1470)
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Although heart disease is common today, it was likely a far less frequent cause of death than predatory assaults among our prehistoric ancestors. Anyone reading this article is the fortunate descendant of an unbroken lineage of organisms that escaped or survived predatory attacks before reproducing. >>Read More
Post: December 27, 2012 2:36 pm, Source: TVOL  Comments (2) Views (4344)
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This variability in the environment coincided with a key period in human evolution, "when the genus Homo was first established and when there was first evidence of tool use," Magill said >>Read More
Post: December 27, 2012 2:05 pm, Source: LiveScience  Comments (0) Views (873)

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