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Slow and steady wins the race: Genetic research sheds light on heart muscle disease

Heart muscles, like skeletal muscles, are made up of two major types of muscle fibers: fast twitch and slow twitch. Fast twitch fibers move quickly but tire easily, while slow twitch fibers move slower but last longer. Both serve important functions in different circumstances. For example, marathon runners tend to have a predominance of slow...

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So, what’s your digital phenotype?

Ideally, we’re all supposed to see our doctor once a year for a checkup. It’s an opportunity to see how we’re doing from a health perspective, address any concerns or issues that we may have and catch any emerging issues before they become true problems. But those visits are really only one-time, infrequent snapshots of...

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As part of our “Establishing Academic/Industry Partnerships” panel event held on May 5, TIDO produced an FAQ on academic-industry partnerships that explains the spectrum of relationships, the benefits of working with indsutry and how these relationships develop.

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