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Genetic factors that help humans break down milk identified

that the beginning and successive spread of cattle domestication in Africa is behind humans ability to digest milk sugar lactose....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : National

The classic, Harvard-educated beagle 'Mr. Peabody' returns

After half a century, the debonair Mr. Peabody returns with his adopted young human, Sherman.Decades before Dos Equis introduced the most interesting man in the world via a beer commercial, that title might have belonged to a dog — a debonair, bow tie-wearing, Harvard-educated cartoon beagle named Mr. Peabody.The star of "Peabody's Improbable History," a series of six-minute animated segments that...
Source : Los Angeles Times |
Category : Entertainment

Africans' ability to digest milk likely due to spread of cattle raising

page.Babies are born with the ability to digest lactose, the sugar found in milk, but most humans lose this ability after infancy because of declining levels of the lactose-digesting enzyme lactase. People who maintain high levels of lactase reap the nutritive benefits of milk, however, offering a potential evolutionary advantage to lactase persistence, or what is commonly known as lactose tolerance.A...
Source : Medicalnewstoday |
Category : Others

Yahoo News Digest app now available for Android, iOS users in India

Yahoo announced the launch of International edition of Yahoo News Digest for both iOS and Android users in India. According to the company, with this app, users can stay on top of all the need-to-know international news, twice a day, on their mobile phones.Yahoo News Digest, every morning and night, delivers a summarised version of the top international news. "Using algorithmic and human editorial...
Source : IBNLive |
Category : Science N Technology | City : New Delhi

Fawad Afzal Khan: Meet Pakistan's debonair making his Bollywood debut with 'Khoobsurat'

Fawad Afzal Khan: Meet Pakistan's debonair making his Bollywood debut with 'Khoobsurat'For all those who are wondering who is this debonair making his debut opposite to Sonam Kapoor in 'Khoobsurat'? Let us tell you about this Pakistani chick magnet, who can make girls go weak in the knees.Fawad Afzal Khan is Pakistan's highest paid actor and one of the most good looking men in the glamour industry.Fawad...
Source : IBNLive |
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Genetic factors that help humans break down milk identified

that the beginning and successive spread of cattle domestication in Africa is behind humans' ability to digest milk sugar lactose.The findings provide strong evidence that lactase persistence evolved in human populations as a dietary adaptation.Study author Sarah Tishkoff of the University of Pennsylvania, said that the study sheds light on both the genetic basis and evolutionary history of a biologically...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Health | City : Washington

How Does A Burmese Python Swallow Prey Bigger Than Itself? Genes Hold Clues, Possible Treatment For

How Does A Burmese Python Swallow Prey Bigger Than Itself? Genes Hold Clues, Possible Treatment For Human AilmentsResearchers suggest that the study could hold vital clues for the development of treatments for many different types of human diseases.The Burmese python, found in the tropical regions of South and Southeast Asia, can ramp up its metabolism and enlarge its organs to swallow and digest big...
Category : Business

Study reveals surprising relationships between diet and release of hormones that suppress eating

comparing how gut microbes from human vegetarians and grass-grazing baboons digest different diets, researchers have shown that ancestral human diets, so called "paleo" diets, did not necessarily result in better appetite suppression. The study, published inthe online open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology, reveals surprising relationships betweenWhile Western diets have changed...
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Category : Health

Researchers Identify Genetic Factors That Help Humans Break Down Milk

UrologyThe beginning and successive spread of cattle domestication in Africa is behind humans' ability to digest milk sugar lactose, researchers have found.The findings provide strong evidence that lactase persistence evolved in human populations as a dietary adaptation.Study author Sarah Tishkoff of the University of Pennsylvania, said that the study sheds light on both the genetic basis and evolutionary...
Source : Medindia |
Category : Health

NEVER eat these raw

Long, long ago, humans were capable of eating lots of things raw. Now, not so much. We’ve rounded up nine foods that you really need to cook before eating.The earliest humans had a specialized organ whose chief purpose was to help digest cellulose (among other things): the appendix. Now that it’s vestigial, certain foods that are very high in cellulose, like kale spines, need to be removed and aren’t...
Source : Fox News |
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