Day: November 9, 2021

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Studying the complex genetics behind hair color reveals how melanin affects us

Genetic analysis can reveal how hair gets its colour. Credit: Shutterstock

One of the traits that we usually use to physically describe people is their hair color. Hair is a useful descriptor because it varies so much among us.

Melanin is the molecule responsible for the many different color tones. It’s also responsible for the color of our skin and eyes. We inherit these traits from our parents in a complex way.

Understanding how our can produce different hair color tones can be as difficult as untangling long hair after not brushing it for several days.

Even though some genes are known to determine hair color variation, recent studies based on large cohorts of people from the United Kingdom and Latin America have shown that there are more than a dozen genes involved in hair color.

In a recent paper published in Communications Biology, my

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‘COVID hit us over the head with a two-by-four’: Addressing ageism with urgency

Earlier this year, the World Health Organization announced a global campaign to combat ageism — discrimination against older adults that is pervasive and harmful but often unrecognized.

“We must change the narrative around age and ageing” and “adopt strategies to counter” ageist attitudes and behaviors, WHO concluded in a major report accompanying the campaign.

Several strategies WHO endorsed — educating people about ageism, fostering intergenerational contacts, and changing policies and laws to promote age equity — are being tried in the United States. But a greater sense of urgency is needed in light of the coronavirus pandemic’s shocking death toll, including more than 500,000 older Americans, experts suggest.

“COVID hit us over the head with a two-by-four, [showing that] you can’t keep doing the same thing over and over again and expect different results” for seniors, Jess Maurer, executive director of the Maine Council on Aging, said in an October

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