Articles for Tag: "DNA"

Hate working out? Your DNA may be to blame 
Hate working out? Your DNA may be to blame
New findings suggest some may need more motivation to exercise than others.
Demand for genetic counselors growing  Featured
Demand for genetic counselors growing
Testing can significantly influence screening recommendations, treatment and medication management. Learn more.
These germs are riding with you on the subway 
These germs are riding with you on the subway
Scientists studied the microbes on the New York transit system. What they found may surprise you.
Genetically speaking, close friends more like distant cousins 
Genetically speaking, close friends more like distant cousins
New research says that our DNA is actually similar to those people we choose as friends.
Can a simple blood test predict obesity in children? 
Can a simple blood test predict obesity in children?
Reading DNA codes may prove useful in knowing if a child will become overweight.
Can drinking alcohol rot your DNA? 
Can drinking alcohol rot your DNA?
A new study finds that even moderate alcohol consumption may cause DNA damage, especially among young adults.
Can genes predict a happy marriage? 
Can genes predict a happy marriage?
A new study says your emotions can play a big role in the long-term health of your marriage.