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“Your experiences today will influence the molecular composition of your body for the next two to three months, or perhaps for the rest of your life. Plan your day accordingly.”  

— Steve Cole, UCLA, from The Social Life of Genes

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Entomology, Epigenetics, Genes, Loneliness, Physiology, Poverty, Social Isolation, Stress

*From Pacific Standard, The Science of Society 
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OMG, the information in this article has rocked my freaking world!  Before reading this, I had only a hazy idea of how gene expression works:  now I’m blown away.  Personal experiences - perceptions of one’s environment - is a matter of life and death. Gene expression can happen more quickly than ever imagined, & can change who you are as a person.   I hope that Cole one day investigates the role of gene expression in the introvert & extravert temperaments. ~ bohemienne
Your experiences today will influence the molecular composition of your body for the next two to three months, or perhaps for the rest of your life. Plan your day accordingly.” 
Steve Cole, UCLA, from The Social Life of Genes
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*From Pacific Standard, The Science of Society
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OMG, the information in this article has rocked my freaking world!  Before reading this, I had only a hazy idea of how gene expression works:  now I’m blown away.  Personal experiences - perceptions of one’s environment - is a matter of life and death. Gene expression can happen more quickly than ever imagined, & can change who you are as a person.   I hope that Cole one day investigates the role of gene expression in the introvert & extravert temperaments. ~ bohemienne



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