Welcome to the website of the Hungarian Twin Registry!

Welcome to the website of the Hungarian Twin Registry! Currently, the voluntary Hungarian Twin Registry consists of more than 600 adult twin pairs and multiplets. Current research focuses mainly on cardiovascular and respiratory health and yielded multiple awards and publications. Efforts are on the way to expand into social, psychological, and obesity studies. The work of our registry has been awarded at multiple conferences, without your registration our work would not be so successful.
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Tárnoki Ádám 2015, March 13 - 14:52

Identical twins in Finland who shared the same sports and other physical activities as youngsters but different exercise habits as adults soon developed quite different bodies and brains, according to a fascinating new study that highlights the extent to which exercise shapes our health, even in people who have identical genes and nurturing.

Forrás: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/03/04/one-twin-exercises-the-other-do... / HTR News

Tárnoki Ádám 2015, March 13 - 14:50

When Lucy and Maria Aylmer tell people they are twins, disbelief is one response.

The 18-year-olds from Gloucester, U.K. are two of the five children born to their Caucasian father and "half-Jamaican" mother, World Wide Features reports. While their other siblings have a blend of features from their parents, Lucy and Maria are opposites: Lucy has fair skin and red hair, while Maria has caramel skin and dark hair.

Tárnoki Ádám 2015, March 13 - 14:48

Call it a triumph of modern medicine, times two.

Doctors at the Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston successfully separated a pair of 10-month-old conjoined girls through a breathtaking 26-hour procedure that involved at least six types of physicians.

The hospital announced that doctors had completed the detachment of Knatalye Hope and Adeline Faith Mata from one another’s chest and abdomen on Sunday night, KHOU-TV reported.

Tárnoki Ádám 2015, March 13 - 14:47
Tárnoki Ádám 2015, March 13 - 14:46

THE INTERNET HAS made it so that you can find anything online: a date, a new TV, illicit substances. But what if it accidentally helped you find your family?

http://www.wired.com/2015/02/twinsters-premiere/ HTR News


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