Globe|June 22, 2020
Scientists at the Canada’s University of British Columbia looked at data from 47,102 people aged 20 to 44 from Estonia, a tiny nation in Eastern Europe. They compared DNA samples and clinical data of thin people with normal-weight individuals and discovered unique genetic variants in the skinny folks.
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June 22, 2020