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(Psych Central News) Emerging research suggests a wandering mind may not be a sign of unhappiness, rather a sign of cellular aging. Scientists from the University of California – San Francisco assessed the length of telomeres, the part of a chromosome that prevents the chromosome from aging. Telomeres are an emerging biomarker for cellular and general bodily aging. [...]

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