Researchers discovered a gene found in diabetics that appears to increase their risk of heart disease.
Researchers were able to prevent preterm births in mouse models.
In a new major study, researchers found that the aging gene might be responsible for increasing one's risk of developing blood cancer.
Researchers report that mothers with a particular gene tend to turn to harsher parenting skills during tough economic times.
Researchers discovered a new gene mutation that could be linked to severe obesity.
Researchers found that people born with the high risk obesity gene had more pleasure eating and looking at high-fat foods.
Researchers identified the gene, Tob1 that appears to be responsible for early onset MS when it is absent.
A new study reveals that a gene called SIRT1, which plays a key role in controlling the circadian rhythm, may be able to treat or prevent diseases associated with aging.
Researchers identified a gene that could be responsible for early onset puberty.
Researchers link the genetic malady, Fragile X syndrome that is responsible for inherited autism, to the behavioral symptoms associated with the disease.
Scientists have long puzzled over why early pregnancy protects women from breast cancer. Researchers say early pregnancy protects humans and rodents against breast cancer. Previous research found that having a child before the age of 20 decreases a woman's risk of breast cancer by half.
Researchers demonstrated how a gene in HIV prevents the human's immune system from naturally fighting the virus.
Nick Tuftnell is the third person to receive a viral eye injection used to stop eye degeneration.
Researchers discovered that the lack of the long chain of fatty acids is not cause of childhood blindness as researchers previously believed.
A new two-year study found that deleting a gene in mice made them resistant to obesity, even when placed on a high fat diet. Researchers believe that the latest findings, published in the Journal of Lipid Research, could also apply to humans.
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