meditation in mountains.

for over two months i was in mountains in switzerland meditating, which wasn’t as excellent as in tyan-shan (Tien Shan) mountains where i’ve been several times meditating and training. now i’m back in italy. got to work on some projects first and then will see what’s new in science on longevity that will be worth posting. in my view, so far still, your own mind is the most powerful tool to live long in a young body and with a great health. just keep seeking if you haven’t found the solution. i keep testing my own methods on myself. one day i’ll get ready to write about the results.. it will take some time. thanks for being patient.

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Almost Half of What’s In a Chromosome Is Still a Mystery.

While it’s true that every chromosome contains some of 25,000 genes, it now turns out to be the case that this is only a little more than half the story. Computer modeling has revealed that up to 47% of each chromosome is an enigmatic sheath-like substance called the “chromosome periphery,” something about which little is known. That’s because it’s almost impossible to get a good look at in actual chromosomes.

Read the article.. bigthink.com/robby-berman/almost-half-of-whats-in-a-chromosome-is-still-a-mystery


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New atlas depicts first two months of human development in 3-D.

A team of researchers at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands has created an updated interactive 3-D atlas that depicts the various stages of human development from conception to two months. In their paper published in the journal Science, the researchers outline the reasons for medical texts being outdated, how they got around the problem, the features of the new atlas and what it might mean for future medical research efforts.

Read the full article.. medicalxpress.com/news/2016-11-atlas-depicts-months-human-d.html


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DNA influences selection of partners for educational achievement.

A study co-led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) has found that people with genes for high educational achievement tend to marry, and have children with, people with similar DNA. Humans generally do not choose their partners randomly, but rather mate ‘assortatively’, choosing people with similar traits. Among the highest ranking qualities people look for in a potential partner are intelligence and educational attainment.

Read the article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161123090901.htm


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Average lifespan in EU tops 80: study.

The average lifespan of people in the EU has topped 80 for the first time, but preventable illnesses caused by smoking, alcohol and obesity are taking a huge toll, a study said Wednesday. Gains were uneven as people in western European Union countries lived more than eight years longer on average than people in central and eastern countries, said the report by the European Commission and the OECD.

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Researchers find potential therapy for brain swelling during concussion.

A team of biomedical engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have identified a cause of fluid swelling of the brain, or cellular edema,that occurs during a concussion. The researchers discovered that pre-treating the cells with an existing, FDA-approved drug used for epilepsy and altitude sickness reduces the expression of a specific protein that causes swelling.

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Scientists discover neuron-producing stem cells in the membranes covering the brain.

Unexpected cells have been found in the protective membranes that enclose the brain, the so called meninges. These ‘neural progenitors’ — or stem cells that differentiate into different kinds of neurons — are produced during embryonic development. These findings show that the neural progenitors found in the meninges produce new neurons after birth — highlighting the importance of meningeal tissue as well as these cells’ potential in the development of new therapies for brain damage or neurodegeneration.

Read the article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161123124137.htm


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