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.
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.
A specific gene can predict whether a person -- mostly women -- will react to an issue with an attitude from the left or the right.
For years, theories have abounded about how the first people in the New World got there, but now we seem to have a definitive answer, thanks to the miracle of DNA analysis.
Aging could happen at once, rather than over time -- and it may be possible to block the signal to begin the aging process.
The finding is sure to reignite a long and bitter battle over the ultimate fate of the skeleton.
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