Mini-Episode: Cool Facts Friday #12

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A mix of facts about humans, humanity and the strange and wonderful world in which we live.

Cool Facts are quick hits of new human and world science curated into short bursts of information just for you. This fun compilation publishes one Friday a month. Enjoy!

Here’s the current lineup for episode #12:

  • Blood sugar affects your brain health
  • Tapeworms change ant immunity and make them lazy
  • New COVID-19 research about the lining of your blood vessels
  • Larger pupils indicate higher intelligence
  • One bad experience with food leaves a lifelong impression
  • Gut bacteria can play a role in your mortality risk
  • Playing red light, green light to control gene expression

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