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GENETICS AND 'THE SCIENCE OF REAL BEING'
New genetic research is debunking key assumptions about evolution and the role that genes play in determining one's well-being.
Epigenetics—which studies changes in heredity resulting from the activation and deactivation of genes—is a growing science that's making some big claims. Among them, that genes can be altered in the short term, with meaningful effects on today's generation and their children; that doctors may be able to biochemically alter a patient's predisposition to diseases considered hereditary, such as cancer and Alzheimer's; and, perhaps most strikingly of all, that evolution—long thought only to occur over many, many years and generations—can happen in a relative blink of an eye, even within a generation or two.
with contributions from ELEANOR CARTWRIGHT, CINDY SMITH MARTHALER, BEVERLY JACOBSEN, ANNA WILLIS, PAT GATES
RECLAIMING THE PAST
JEFF WARD-BAILEY, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Tobi Cohen
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BY EVAN MEHLENBACHER
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BY CURTIS EDGE
DEBTS REPAID, LIVES RESTORED
BY SUZANNE GOEWERT
A spiritual view of fish farming
BY HEATHER BEDSAUL
105-MILE HIKE MY SPIRITUAL TRAVELOGUE
BY EMILY STEPHENSON
READERS' RESPONSES TO LETTER FROM THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
with contributions from ROZ GUTELIUS, DAVID A. LOPEZ, JOAN ATKINSON, SALLY KINDRICK EKKENS, CHRISTIANE SMITH, DAVID D. BROWN
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A RETURN TO BALANCE
OUR CHILDREN'S HEALINGS
THROAT INFECTION AND SHINGLES HEALED
QUICK HEALING OF COLD SYMPTOMS