From gene to gesture: the silent symphony of body mechanics

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What if I could show you how I see the world through my body? Perhaps, if you saw how the tissues in my body, regardless of their location, are formed differently from yours and the potential consequences of that, you might understand. Maybe you wouldn’t be surprised when a punch impacts me differently, breaking down my cellular structures more easily than yours. Why? Perhaps it's because the space or the "glue" holding my cells together is more viscoelastic.


  • body mechanics
  • genes
  • viscoelasticity


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