Got sparkling baby blues? How about brown? And why, oh, why does our hair go gray with age? As with so many things, it's all about the genes. Trace has the details.
People unsuspectingly choose friends who share parts of the same DNA, a new genetic analysis finds.
Small differences in the genes can account for how well kids do with numbers and words innately.
Chimps are very much like humans, from giggling to grieving.
Malaria kills more than half a million people a year, with the female mosquito being 100% responsible for the mass murder. Could scientists hack the reproductive process of mosquitoes such that, over time, no more female babies are born?
Research out of the U.K. raises the possibility of doing an end-run mitochondrial defects that can harm babies by swapping out the "broken" mitochondria for healthy ones from another woman.
The single mutation was found in a long gene sequence and is present in about one-third of Northern Europeans.
Some soccer teams are banning their players from having sex while they are competing in the World Cup. Laci Green and Sourcefed's Steve Zaragoza have the skinny on how abstinence affects athletes.
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