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ADAPTATION: Just 2 weeks in the mountains can change your blood for months. “When the researchers …

ADAPTATION: Just 2 weeks in the mountains can change your blood for months. “When the researchers analysed the results from the blood tests, they realised that the red blood cells weren’t being replaced – they were changing, and as rapidly as a few hours after exposure on Day 1.”
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