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Sculpted by our genes: Figuring out which facial features are ‘strongly heritable’

Business Standard | 
Examining 3-D face models of nearly 1,000 female twins, researchers have found that the shapes of the end of the ...
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Stem cell therapy shows promise in toddler with Down syndrome

Economic Times | 
A three-year-old baby -- born with Down syndrome and having subnormal motor skills -- has shown improvement after undergoing stem ...

Low-calorie diet may delay onset of rogue elements that damage DNA

Business Standard | 
A new study has found evidence that health becomes endangered when ageing cells lose control of rogue elements of DNA ...

Heart attack memory may be stored on genes via epigenetic changes

Times of India | 
The memory of a heart attack gets stored in genes through epigenetic changes -- chemical modifications of DNA that turns our ...
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