HIV Progression Might Be Influenced By Genetics
As HIV has long been noted to be a communicable disease, what’s the truth behind the claims that the rate of speed of the virus’ progression may be influenced by the genetic component of the patient and the virus itself? If so, are there certain measures that a patient can do to slow down its progress? Here’s what health professionals have to say
PMS: Women's Gene Changes Cause Mood Swings, New Study Shows
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) affects 2 to 5 females, and a less severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is much more common. Researchers discovered molecular mechanisms which may explain a woman's mood changes in the days leading up to her menstruation.
Could This Be The New Fountain Of Youth? Scientists Claim A New Procedure Could Delay The Process Of Aging
Can This Breakthrough Procedure Be The Answer To Finally Slow Down The Process Of Aging? How Effective Can It Get? Find Out What Scientists Have To Say
Spanish Doctors Say They Found HIV Cure
Doctors from Barcelona got the idea from the "Berlin Man." The Spanish doctors transplanted blood from an umbilical cord from someone who had genetic mutation which cured the patient of HIV virus in just three months.
Scientists Says Children's Intelligence Come from Their Mother
Today, research shows huge evidence that a child's smart comes solely from the mother. The father may have absolutely no part in it.
Genetics Explain Dogs' Special Relationship with Humans
Ever wondered how dogs came to be man's best friends? Here's why.
A New Science Breakthrough: Jordanian Couple Conceived A Baby With 3 Genetic Parents
World’s first baby born with new “3-parent” technique.
Gene Drives Can Wipe Out Entire Species In A Few Generations
Scientists developed gene drives that can kill or perpetuate the worst in species.
Mystery Behind White Tiger Coat Gene Solved By Chinese Scientists
A team of scientists from the Peking University mapped the genomes of tigers and found the secret to the existence of white tigers.
Rooster Crowing Timed By Genetics
Researchers exposed roosters to various light stimuli to study crowing patterns.
Mummy Scans Unravel Heart Disease Inheritance
Ancient mummy CT scans show that heart disease existed among premodern populations, according to new study.
'First Father' Of Humanity Lived 340,000 Years Ago
The ancient man from whom all human males inherited their Y chromosomes has been found to be much older than previously thought