Nov 21, 2019 AM EST Black Africans are at a disadvantage when it comes to medical treatments because they constitute just 2% of the genetic samples used in pharmaceutical research. However, a new genomics company based ...
Jun 16, 2017 AM EDT Early-life stress plays a big role in adult depression says a recent research from Icahn School of Medicine
Apr 24, 2017 PM EDT Neurotransmission is said to be unnecessary for the assembly of synaptic connections.
Apr 17, 2017 PM EDT A discovery many years ago could be the key to Jesus's DNA and his real identity
Apr 10, 2017 AM EDT Harvard scientists said they discovered an important process to reverse aging
Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT Scientists have found that around 79 types of obesity are genetically caused and not just because of poor lifestyle habits and inactivity
Mar 27, 2017 AM EDT A new study by scientists at John Hopkins University suggest that cancer is more on bad luck than unhealthy lifestyle or heredity
Mar 26, 2017 PM EDT Doctors at the Johns Hopkins University Kimmel Cancer Center found out that only five percent of cancer situations are due to heredity.
Mar 21, 2017 PM EDT Two separate studies reveal that only Africans possess 100 percent human DNA while the rest have Neanderthal genes in them
Mar 08, 2017 AM EST Computer scientists from Columbia University and the New York Genome Center have created a technique that compresses digital data into the DNA
Jan 19, 2017 AM EST A team of scientists from Iceland discovered that those who have more education genes tend to have fewer children.
Dec 26, 2016 AM EST Genetic editing is good and can cure most dangerous illnesses. However, they can also eradicate the world of geniuses.
Jul 11, 2016 AM EDT Since the 1970's, doctors in the United States have recommended lithium for those suffering from bipolar disorder. Although the drug has a commendable success rate, scientists are still trying to ...
Jun 27, 2016 PM EDT A research showed that student's academic performance was greatly influenced by their genetic structure.
Apr 08, 2014 AM EDT Frances Chan, a 20-year-old Yale University history major, has finally proved to health administrators that her slim figure was genetics and not because of any eating disorder.