Personal-genetics company 23andMe says it is "not going anywhere", after the Food and Drug Administration ordered it to stop marketing-spit testing kits.
21 hours ago from BBC News
MEN and women do not think in the same ways. Few would disagree with that. And science has quantified some of those differences. Men, it is pretty well established, have better motor and ...
Thu 5 Dec 13 from The Economist
The High Line, a park that turned a dilapidated stretch of elevated railway on Manhattan's West Side into one of New York's newest tourist attractions, may have brought a different kind of visitor: ...
24 hours ago from Phys.org
Researchers have come up with a novel piece of wearable tech - a bra that can alert the wearer to their stress levels.
Tue 3 Dec 13 from BBC News
Gilead Sciences Inc. says the federal government has approved its highly anticipated hepatitis C drug that is expected to offer a faster cure to millions of people infected with the liver-destroying ...
Fri 6 Dec 13 from Medical Xpress
In one of the biggest advances against leukemia and other blood cancers in many years, doctors are reporting unprecedented success by using gene therapy to transform patients' blood cells into ...
Sat 7 Dec 13 from Medical Xpress
One tiny sperm is enough to make a baby, so coming up with a male contraceptive is tricky. It has to be 100 percent effective---which is just what researchers have now achieved in mice. Most ...
Tue 3 Dec 13 from Discover Magazine
Visit a museum these days and you'll see people using their smartphones and cameras to take pictures of works of art, archeological finds, historical artifacts, and any other object that strikes ...
24 hours ago from Medical Xpress
Despite aging being one of the hottest topics in the media recently, scientists have no coherent explanation for it. New demographic data on humans, animals and plants for the first time unveils ...
19 hours ago from Medical Xpress
Genetic testing firm 23andMe, which is backed by Google, stops marketing its products after a warning from US regulators, a spokeswoman says.
Tue 3 Dec 13 from BBC News
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