Genetics apparently, can influence what people eat. Some genes are linked with fat and salt intake, and some explain why there's little or not preference for vegetables and fiber.
A child born and raised by obese parent is more likely to grow up as obese compared to those who were raised by thin parents.
Genetic science has reached its peak as modern technology allows for a much faster DNA sequencing. A company called Genos is offering its services to fill in the needs of individuals to have their genes sequenced.
Scientists find link between job exhaustion of shift workers and melatonin receptor 1A gene.
Wolbachia has combination of genes, which includes DNA from black widow spider.
Effects of oxytocin to men are positive, leading the participants to be more "interconnected" with every living thing.
Scientists have discovered a protein that may be an unexplored target to develop a new class of therapies for aggressive cancers, such as cancer of the lungs and pancreas.
A new study reveals that DNA can explain why some people tends to have more than two cups of coffee daily while others are satisfied with their morning cup.
For the first time, scientists have found a conclusive link between the "red hair" gene variant and a high mutational burden - which in this case, means a high number of mutagenic processes associated with skin cancer.
A new study suggests that environmental factors may affect the on set of puberty in children.
A new study involving only German patients revealed four new risk genes associated with Multiple Sclerosis
After years of study, scientists have uncovered a third gene that is said to cause Parkinson’s disease.
A new FDA-approved study reveals that liquid biopsy can be used to as a non-invasive alternative to tumor biopsy in guiding treatment decisions for advanced solid tumors
Scientists identified four genes responsible for the bone and cartilage width of noses that have evolved to adapt in the temparature and humidity of the environment.