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DNA markers may predict people’s preference for coffee, tea, alcohol, yogurt, cheese, tofu, fish, vegetables, meat and other edibles.
Knowing your family’s history of disease can help you determine whether to get genetic tests for hereditary conditions.
Genetics may help explain why African Americans seem to be at a greater risk of certain autoimmune diseases.
If you hate looking at your gray hairs, hang on because science is getting closer to giving you back your precious natural color.
Some women with early-stage breast cancer may be able to cure the disease with hormone therapy alone.
African Americans may actually have a genetic predisposition to more aggressive tumors.
Scientists say disadvantaged kids look genetically decades older than their privileged peers.
What if the cure for sickle-cell sufferers was found in their own bodies?
Patients are increasingly exhibiting symptoms of two or more types of diabetes, especially adults 20 to 40 years old.
OK, while it’s true some people are ’big boned’ and have naturally larger, sturdier frames, and some folks are predisposed to pack on pounds b...
Studies say yes, but the disease’s differences may go deeper than just skin color.
What women should know about heart attack symptoms
In the summer of 2009, Angela Christiano, an associate professor of dermatology and genetics at Columbia University, made headlines when her r...
A gene that influences a pain-regulating protein in the brain is the common cause for migraines
Many hair experts say that if a product is good for your hair, it’s good for your skin.
Experts say our limited understanding of the brain has caught up with us and that psychiatric drug development has hit a wall.
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