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47of74 posted a topic in Quiverfull of Health & WellnessHail science! smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/your-vagina-biological-miracle-and-researchers-are-trying-recreate-it-180960304/?no-ist
CyborgKin posted a topic in Wide World of Snarkhttp://journal.sjdm.org/15/15923a/jdm15923a.pdf Excerpt of conclusions: (emphasis mine) Anyhow, this seems somewhat relevant to many of the characters discussed here.
Successful Ageing Study I am part of a Psychology research team at Baruch college and we are looking for volunteers who are interested in participating in a study on successful development and ageing through different life regulatory strategies. To be eligible for this study, you must be age 35+. The study will require a short preliminary survey, plus two no more than ten-minute phone calls a day. We will call three times a week on days of your choosing, and randomly within a specified window of time. All of your information will be kept confidential and erased after the study is over. For the sake of consistency, I will not be answering any comments on this page. Please ask any questions/concerns through the email. For more information Call: (917) 498 5702 Email: [email protected] I have already received permissions from Curious to post this.
I got some of my family tree information from my second cousin, who gave me my maternal grandfather's family tree. She gave me his parents' names, grandparents', and I think great-grandparents. BUT!!! I was talking with a relative on 23andMe, and he told me about a Mormon site that has family tree information, and you can even get information from other people's trees, just like on Ancestry.com (but it's free!). So I started up with that, and I got a match with my great-grandmother's rather unique name. The other tree had her name, her husband (my great-grandfather)'s name, and they were a match. But then the other tree had completely different people as their parents. BUT, it also had the names that I had for my g-grandparents, except they were born much later and died in the late 90s. So they couldn't be my g-grandparents. I am so confused; I have no idea who's right, and I don't know how/if I can contact the person who did the other tree. Plus, on my dad's side, I found my grandfather, and it listed his mother, but her last name was completely different than the one I heard! So I don't know where that came from, either. Anyone else find confusing things like this in their research?