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Whether we prefer to get up at the crack of dawn or work late into the night may be influenced by genes.
A gene responsible for cutting connections between rarely used brain cells could be going too far and causing damage.
The researcher says he is only holding off cloning people for fear of the public reaction.
Over 500 million years ago, humans and certain worms shared a common ancestor.
DNA testing facilities promise parents a peek into their child's potential futures. Too good to be true? Probably.
A whopping two-thirds of these foods contained human DNA, while 10 percent contained traces of meat.
We might like to think we're in control of who we fall in love with, but our genes have already made the choice for us.
It's not always about the mom -- grandmothers also play a role in a child's respiratory fitness.
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