A team of geneticists from Harvard Medical School examined the Neanderthals' genetic legacy.
Blame your genes if you can't multitask. Neuroergonomics researchers found that people with certain genes that control dopamine levels were better at multitasking.
Researchers found that despite Angelina Jolie's breast cancer story, knowledge about the genetic risk of breast cancer did not increase.
In a new research paper, the authors reiterated their findings that genetics play a huge factor in shaping people's political beliefs.
Researchers found that a drug can cut a high risk woman's breast cancer risk by 50 percent.
Researchers reported that genetics play a larger role in educational achievement than environment does.
Researchers found that people who had less wrinkles and appeared more youthful were more likely to live longer.
A new research, using DNA to map the history of human migration, showed how a pattern of genetic replacement took place across several millennia in a region of central Europe.
Getting tested for obesity genes may provide psychological benefits, a new study suggests.
In a new major study, researchers found that the aging gene might be responsible for increasing one's risk of developing blood cancer.
A team of scientists was capable of making two bunnies glow-in-the-dark.
In a new report, researchers remind people that one's risk of developing type two diabetes is due to several factors, ranging from age to family history and not just weight.
Researchers report that genetic mutations can cause some people to sniff out certain scents better than others.
Genetic testing may be able to determine which children with asthma are likely to grow out of the condition and which will continue having symptoms as they grow older, a new study suggests.
The evolution of horses actually took much longer than previously imagined. New genetic research shows that wild horses existed some 700,000 years ago, making it the world's oldest ever creature to reveal its DNA to modern science.
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.