Monthly Archives: October 2022

What We Know about Long COVID So Far

This syndrome is getting to be just a little bit creepy — especially for those of us who are under 50 (–as well as those over 50 who sometimes feel like we’re still younger than 50). 😉 DwN What We … Continue reading

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Geneticist who unmasked lives of ancient humans wins the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Because these GEITP pages have been sharing many of Svante Pääbo’s exciting breakthrough publications — over the past 14 years — we believe it is only appropriate to report on his winning the 2022 Nobel in Physiology or Medicine this … Continue reading

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Major Scientific Publisher Retracts More Than 500 Papers

Along with the themes of “gene-environment interactions” and “evolution” — GEITP emails over the past 14+ years include, from time-to-time, breaking news on “fraud and corruption in science.” This winning article, just published in The Epoch Times, qualifies for sharing … Continue reading

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