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BMI and anorexia: We can now predict which children are most likely to develop an eating disorder

BMI and anorexia: We can now predict which children are most likely to develop an eating disorder

Cara Murez | 
Could there be a way to tell years in advance which girls are more likely to develop eating disorders?  New ...

Research reveals further complexity behind genetics of autism

Amy Norton | 
In families that have more than one child with autism, the gene variations underlying each child's disorder often differ, new ...

Women may be more resilient to Alzheimer’s genes than men

E.J. Mundell | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Certain gene variants are ...

Many would give private health info to insurers to save a few bucks

Amy Norton | 
Many Americans say they'd submit to insurance company medical tests and lifestyle monitoring in exchange for lower-cost premiums, a new Harris ...

Genetics may be tied to breast cancer risk in unexpected ways

The following is an excerpt. Genetic testing may help identify women at risk for certain types of breast cancer, according ...
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