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Researchers can now edit inheritable genes, but is that a good thing?
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A golden retriever named Ringo has a gene mutation for a type of muscular dystrophy, but showed no signs of the disease.
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There's no such thing as female or male brain, says a new study.
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A new study shows that getting the recommended eight hours of sleep improves people's ability to memorize and recognize faces.
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A major discovery may lead to possible effective treatments against Alzheimer's disease.
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As if premenstrual syndrome (PMS) isn’t such a hassle and sometimes a physical pain for many women, a new study links it to high blood pressure.
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A Singaporean man has been in a coma a few days after he ate a porridge with raw fish.
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A young girl from Utah is facing a tough challenge today: she’s fighting a rare form of breast cancer.
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The drinking habits of men and women have started to overlap in the course of a decade.
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Scientists have created a strain of mosquitoes with genes that block the transmission of malaria. The newly created strain produces antibodies that block malaria and these genes are passed on to 99.5% of its children.
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Teen boy dies of Ebola in Liberia, as the virus crops back up there. More than 175 people are being monitored.
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