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... has been linked to allergic skin disease and gastrointestinal problems, but we don't really know what causes it. Genetics and conformation are likely factors, as it's a disorder that's overrepresented among small breeds of dogs. In cats, it's most ... Comment?
... and psychological dependency. While initially they may use it for finals, depending on underlying factors like genetics, social factors and self-esteem, they may not stop using it once finals are over. "Because Adderall is a stimulant, people who ... Comment?
Eating and exercising habits, as well as many other intrinsic factors can easily influence a women's weight, including childbirth, hormones, age, and genetics. Comment?
Research studies have shown that Monsanto's genetically-modified foods can lead to serious health conditions such as the development of cancer tumors, infertility and birth defects. Comment?
... However, research shows maintaining stable groupings, giving the sows adequate space, straw bedding, different genetics and protected feeding stations so a sow can eat her supper without being pestered by other hogs, goes a long way toward peace in ... Comment?
As humans scour the Earth for energy, venturing farther offshore and deeper underground, a new study suggests the answer has been under our noses all along. Comment?
Surprisingly, cockroaches are steering away from sugary-coated traps designed to kill them. Comment?
The human gut is loaded with commensal bacteria - "good" microbes that, among other functions, help the body digest food. Comment?
... of these conditions that can be explained by common variants. David van Heel, Professor of Gastrointestinal Genetics at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary and director of the Barts and The London Genome Centre, led ... Comment?
HealthCrave Medical Centers opens an Anti-Aging Center that manages and reverses symptoms and illnesses that cause signs of aging. Comment?
For decades, people have been getting rid of cockroaches by setting out bait mixed with poison. Comment?
... care and breast reconstruction that (paraphrasing her words) do not diminish a woman's sense of femininity. Genetics: We are slowly growing the number of communities in which certified cancer-genetics counselors are available to guide patients and ... Comment?
... Dr Richard Saffery are "asking fundamental questions about what makes us what we are. Are we products of our genetics or are we a product of our environment." They believe twins are the best group of people to help work this out because identical ... Comment?
I was moved by Angelina Jolie 's recent revelation that she had a double mastectomy because she has a BRAC gene mutation that indicates a higher risk of getting breast or ovarian cancer . Comment?
... their family history, if they were adopted or in foster care, or they come from a small family, a physician and genetics counselor can submit a request to a patient's health insurance company. The test for the genetic mutation is a simple blood ... Comment?
As a member of about a zillion progressive Facebook groups the news is constantly "pushed" at me. Comment?
Type 2 diabetes, a growing global health problem, has a complex etiology involving many interactions between genetic and environmental factors. Comment?
... New science could lead to very long lives." The article inspires additional respect for the advances of science, genetics, nutrition and other research and opens new possibilities for human development. But in contemplating this new breakthrough in ... Comment?
The Court of Appeals has ordered the government to stop ongoing field-testing in several provinces of Bacillus thuringiensis eggplants, a genetically modified variety that produces its own pesticide. Comment?
Pasco Clerk of Court Paula O'Neil, who had always emerged healthy during routine mammograms, got the diagnosis. Comment?