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How your body processes food is only partially down to your...

As children, Helen Sparre and Sarah Guy appeared identical in both face and figure; a pattern which continued into their twenties - when both...

Using microRNA to detect early signs of type 2 diabetes in...

Researchers know that exosomes, tiny nanoparticles released from fat cells, travel through the bloodstream and body, regulating a variety of processes, from...

Scientists edge closer to root causes of multiple sclerosis

An international team of researchers led by the University of British Columbia has made a scientific advance they hope will lead to...

Breakthrough Mouse Research Shows Stem Cells Can Be Genetically Edited Inside...

For the first time, scientists have managed to genetically modify stem cells inside the bodies of mice, a feat which could eventually open up...

Individuals who attempt suicide carry an increased genetic liability for depression,...

The largest genome wide association study (GWAS) to date on suicide attempt reveals that genetic liability to depression increases an individual's risk for suicide...

Brains of children with epilepsy able to re-map after surgery to...

TORONTO, JUNE 4, 2019 - For children with severe epilepsy, surgery is the last resort used to prevent seizures but the treatment...

New genetic weapons challenge sickle cell disease

HOUSTON - (June 3, 2019) - Help for patients with sickle cell disease may soon come from gene editing to fix the mutation...

A treasure map to understanding the epigenetic causes of disease

More than 15 years after scientists first mapped the human genome, most diseases still cannot be predicted based on one's genes, leading...

Growing Up Poor Not Only Affects Your Health, It Changes as...

We all love a good rags to riches story, but the truth is that poverty never really leaves you. Not only does it have...

Scientists Just Successfully Reversed Ageing in Lab Grown Human Cells

The ability to reverse ageing is something many people would hope to see in their lifetime. This is still a long way from reality,...