The FDA panel of experts has recommended the HPV test as the first step in screening patients for cervical cancer.
A new study examining the DNA of boys and girls shed light on why boys tend to be diagnosed with autism more often than girls.
A DNA test is more effective in identifying fetal disorders than standard tests, according to a new study.
DNA may predispose children for violent media, according to a new study.
Homosexuality is genetic, a new study suggests.
A new project aims to decode the late King Richard III's DNA.
A team of geneticists from Harvard Medical School examined the Neanderthals' genetic legacy.
Genetic analysis of the remains of a Mesolithic man has toppled ideas about the lineage of modern Europeans.
Black cracks with racism, a new study suggests. Scientists found that racial discrimination may accelerate aging at the cellular level in African-American men.
Junk DNA, that are stretches of DNA called retrotransposons might have a significant role in schizophrenia. According to a new research, LINE–1 retrotransposons are abnormally abundant in the brain with schizophrenia.
DNA researchers at Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany have sequenced the oldest mitochondrial genome sequence of a 400,000-year-old representative. This representative is of the genus Homo from Sima de los Huesos which is a unique cave site in Northern Spain.
A world leading geneticist theorized that humans could have come from pig-chimp mating.
The FDA has ordered 23andMe to stop selling its DNA tests because the company has not proven that its tests are accurate.
Researchers reported that men who dealt with longer unemployment times were more likely to have accelerated aging.
A new study on prehistoric DNA of dogs suggests that our canine-loving friends were first domesticated in Europe. The new research, based on a genetic analysis of ancient and modern dog and wolf samples, points to a European origin at least 18,000 years ago.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.