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Why do sweet and greasy foods taste so good to us?

What are some properties of DNA that make it well-suited for storage of genetic information?

Why does eating excess carbohydrates cause you to gain fat?

The Irish survived for generations by eating potatoes as their main food staple. What is the main biomolecule in potatoes that allowed them to do that and what is its primary function for the potato plant?

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