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UK considers benefits and risks of ‘three-parent’ IVF

The UK Parliament will soon consider making Britain the first country to allow three person IVF. The regulations are yet to be ...
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GM crops could replace fish as source of omega-3 fatty acids

The first camelina crops genetically modified to produce seeds rich in omega-3 fatty acids will soon be harvested following a ...
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Video: NaturalNews’ Mike Adams tries to explain GMO ‘agricultural holocaust’ and fails

Despite having drawn the attention of the FBI following his call-to-arms against biotech scientists, NaturalNews' Mike Adams has written yet ...
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‘Hobbits’ just fantasy: skeleton was human with Down syndrome, not new species

Skeletal remains found in 2004 in a cave on the island of Flores in Indonesia were not proof of a ...
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10,000 hours of practice leads to mastery? That’s not what our genes say.

Talent, as encoded in our genes, may mean more than practice when it comes to mastery. Identical twins who practiced ...
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How much of human DNA is doing something?

How much of the human genome is functional? Depends on what you mean by "functional." Two studies that seem to ...

Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism may have common genetic link

A rare gene variant discovered by UCL scientists is associated with an increased risk of developing schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and ...
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Some kids un-develop autism. Could their genes be responsible?

Scientists are focusing attention on a group of autistic children who improve so much they essentially outgrow the diagnosis. Although ...
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Addressing ethical questions in pregnancy, genetic disease and baby traits

When Kira Walker was born, on June 13, 2013, her parents and doctors knew she might have health issues. Her ...

Neurology of obesity differs depending on genes

People who have the most common genetic mutation linked to obesity respond differently to pictures of appetizing foods than overweight ...

Over-active immune proteins possible links between depression and dementia

The link between depression and dementia is puzzling for researchers. Many studies have noticed a correlation between the two diseases ...
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Feminist group struggles with defining ‘woman,’ accusations of transphobia

Is the feminist organization "Radfems Respond" falling behind the times by refusing to recognize trans women as female? Growing awareness ...

Gene linked to suicide may predict risk, spark pre-emptive treatment

A gene tied to negative thoughts and impulses may lead to a blood test predicting suicide risk, according to researchers ...

Protein linked to obesity, diabetes risk

A protein that controls when genes are switched on or off plays a key role in specific areas of the ...

Stem cells found in nerves of teeth

The soft, living part of the tooth—tooth pulp—is known to contain a small reserve of stem cells. These stem cells, scientists ...

Protein expression in aging brain linked to memory deficits

Even during healthy aging, we slowly lose our ability to learn and remember new things. Often, cognitive decline is associate with ...
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Inside the brain of Health Ranger Mike Adams

Click image to read GLP's Jon Entine's in-depth profile of the most dangerous anti-science critic online ...

Employing supercomputers in studying neurological conditions

Recent published research in the Journal of Clinical Investigationdemonstrates how changes in dopamine signaling and dopamine transporter function are linked to ...
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Largest-ever genetic study of schizophrenia cements genetic links

By identifying more than 100 new distinct genetic regions associated with schizophrenia, an international team of hundreds of scientists may ...

Study claiming organic more nutritious captures why it’s harder to figure out risk

A study in the news last week perfectly captures why it’s getting harder and harder to figure out what’s risky ...

Genes reveal biological processes underlying schizophrenia

Scientists found more than 100 genes that make people more susceptible to schizophrenia- 83 of which have never been pinpointed ...

Q&A illuminates the ‘golden age’ of memory science

When it comes to the study of memory, we might be living in something of a golden age. Researchers are ...

Q&A illuminates the ‘golden age’ of memory science

When it comes to the study of memory, we might be living in something of a golden age. Researchers are ...

Q&A illuminates the ‘golden age’ of memory science

When it comes to the study of memory, we might be living in something of a golden age. Researchers are ...

Q&A illuminates the ‘golden age’ of memory science

When it comes to the study of memory, we might be living in something of a golden age. Researchers are ...

Q&A illuminates the ‘golden age’ of memory science

When it comes to the study of memory, we might be living in something of a golden age. Researchers are ...
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Can neuroscience offer advice on business relationships?

Jan Hills, founder of leadership development consultancy Head Heart + Brain, sat down with IBTimes UK to talk about her ...
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Video: Genetic engineering allows MIT researchers to implant false memories

Can you install a false memory in the brain? Researchers at MIT’s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory have shown ...