FDA must develop plan to label genetically engineered salmon, Congress says
Federal spending bill includes rider requiring labeling of genetically engineered salmon
A Lonely Quest for Facts on Genetically Modified Crops
When a bill to ban genetically engineered crops on the island of Hawaii was introduced, doubts nagged at Greggor Ilagan, a councilman, about what the risks were, if any, of the crops.
How Do Genetically Modified Foods Affect Your Health?
Genetically engineered ingredients show up in most of the processed foods in your shopping cart. Yet their long-term health effects remain unknown. The debate: Should those ingredients be labeled?
Mayo Clinic creates genetic test to help guide diagnosis, treatment of lymphoma patients
Mayo Clinic has created a genetic test to help guide diagnosis and treatment of patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most common type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Genetically modified mice reveal the secret to a painless life: Researchers have discovered the...
People born with a rare genetic mutation are unable to feel pain, but previous attempts to recreate this effect with drugs have had surprisingly little success. Using mice modified to carry the same mutation, researchers have now discovered the recipe for painlessness.
5 Surprising Genetically Modified Foods
Leaving aside the question of whether they're good or bad for a moment, what exactly are GMOs, and which foods are they in?
How to Live Longer: Researchers Find New Genetic Clues
In a new analysis, researchers explore whether people live longer because they avoid disease or because they possess some anti-aging secret
The Genetic Reason Why Some People Are Born To Travel All Over The World
On the other extreme side of the spectrum are the wanderlusters – or explorers, rebels, thrill-seekers, whatever you want to call them – who can’t sit still and have a constant …
A Genetic Test Could Someday Predict Your Heart Attack Risk
When it comes to heart attack risk, how do you score? Scientists will soon have an idea, based on your genes.
5 Smart Ways to Increase Your IQ (Because It’s Not Set in Genetic Stone)
I only recently discovered there is a secret society for people with high IQs. It’s called Mensa—aka The Nerd Herd.
How new kinds of genetically engineered crops are skirting government regulation
Uncertainty about future regulations clouds the future of agricultural biotechnology in the U.S.
3 Genetically Skinny Guys Tell You How They Packed On Huge Amounts Of Muscle
Their methods may just work for you—genes be damned
How Exercise May Protect the Brain From Alzheimer’s Disease
It even works in people who are genetically at risk, a new study suggests
FDA Warns About Use Of Genetic Testing To Guide Prescribing Of Antidepressants
In “Health & Science,” the Washington Post (3/29, Marcus) delved into the debate among physicians whether “genetic testing helps” them “better prescribe antidepressants.” Last November, “the Fo…
Why Modern Art is Absolute Crap
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Can genes predict foreign language learning skills?
With language skills becoming ever more important, Anne Merritt looks at whether there is a genetic component to language learning ability
Smile! Why white teeth are a sign of good health and make you more attractive
A study has found that teeth are the human equivalent of a peacock’s tail - a sign of health and genetic quality designed to help choose a mate.
How the Mouse Got Its Stripes
A simple study of rodent patterns hints at our growing ability to link genetic changes to physical ones.
H.I.V. Arrived in the U.S. Long Before ‘Patient Zero’
The virus appeared in New York as early as 1971, according to a new genetic analysis, and spread from there to San Francisco.