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New findings may explain why some people with COVID-19 develop more severe disease.
The study focused on children with a form of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), and the findings could also be relevant to other blood disorders.
Myths vs. facts about hair growth
What to consider before taking a genetic test at home
The benefits and harms of genetically modifying humans
A recent study using the skin cells of patients with this mental disorder may have uncovered how the illness develops early in life.
The negative effects of the extra pounds you’re carrying may be passed on to your kids.
A recent study published in PLOS Medicine suggests it doesn’t.
Research suggests a buildup of toxic fats in the blood may predispose some people to develop type 2 diabetes, regardless of weight or diet.
This reproductive procedure may help prevent genetic disorders from being passed on, but experts are wary of its ethical implications.
One of the first studies of its kind identifies a potential genetic link for certain mental disorders.
Was Ali’s Parkinson’s caused by absorbing too many punches? Or did genetic factors drive the disease that led to his demise?
If a test could tell whether you’d develop a disease later in life, would you take it?
If you think you perspire way too much, read on.
Certain people with naturally low cholesterol and heart attack risks seem to be missing letters from a specific gene on chromosome 17.
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