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Physical exercise can reduce a genetic predisposition to obesity by an average of 40 percent, a new study showed Tuesday.
2010/9/2
Want to find out what diseases await you in the future, your chances of developing Alzheimer's? Or whether you will pass something on to your child? Then a trip to the pharmacy may reveal all.
2010/5/13
U.S. and European researchers have identified two new genes that may play a role in the development of Alzheimer's disease and could help unravel new treatments, a study published Tuesday said.
2010/5/13
British scientists have found five common genetic factors linked to the risk of developing breast cancer, giving researchers a better understanding of its causes and clues for developing more treatments.
2010/5/11
A California college professor who sequenced his own genome has had it analyzed -- and discovered he has a high risk of dropping dead of a sudden heart attack, as well as a high prostate cancer risk.
2010/5/3
Can't lose weight on a low-fat diet? Maybe you need to cut carbs instead, and a new genetic test may point the way, maker Interleukin Genetics Inc recently reported.
2010/3/6
In a surprise result that can help in the understanding of both aging and cancer, researchers working with an engineered type of stem cell said they reversed the aging process in a rare genetic disease.
2010/2/19
A genetic peek deep into the heart of Africa confirms that Africans have more genetic diversity than Europeans or Asians and provides insights into how to live a long life despite disease and famine.
2010/2/19
Women may think of men as primitive, but new research indicates that the Y chromosome -- the thing that makes a man male -- is evolving far faster than the rest of the human genetic code.
2010/1/15
People with a gene linked to long life and good health are also less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease, United States (U.S.) researchers said on Tuesday.
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