Genes Have Very Little To Do With Your Lifespan

It was thought that our genetics accounted for around 15% to 30% of your life expectancy but after analysis od more than 400 million people, scents now say your genes paly very little in to how long you live. While DNA determines many of our traits, it appears that environmental factors such as...
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Study Links Dog's Coat Color With Longevity

A new report is linking the color of their coasts to longevity. Research looked at the health outcomes of 33,000 veterinary patient records of one of the world's most popular dog breeds, Labradors. What they found was chocolate labs live significantly shorter lives than their black and yellow...
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