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A new analysis reveals that some, but not all, Neanderthals were meat lovers.
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Model Chrissy Teigen will be the first to let you know that motherhood looks effortless on her because she, like many other rich celebrities, has a lot of hired help in the form of nurses, nutritionis...
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It’s all thanks to a small genetic difference.
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Just an hour of lost sleep can cause cellular damage.
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New genetic data sheds light on the disorder’s many different faces.
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The largest-ever brain imaging study on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has led scientists to say the condition should be considered a neurological disorder, not just a behavioral one. The br...
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Diet could be a powerful mode of prevention, according to a study that supports previous research findings.
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Expectant parents face a wealth of genetic information that can be empowering — or unnerving.
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Most women are all too familiar with the I-just-want-to-go-home-and-put-on-my-sweatpants feeling that comes with their periods, but for some, symptoms like cramping, bloating and mood swings can be a...
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A new evolutionary biology study throws mother-daughter conflicts into the mix.
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Sometimes a bout of insomnia can be linked to a specific stressful event or circumstance, but for many, it's simply the way their brains and bodies work. Now, new research has identified for the first...
Why do some people begin to show signs of old age early in their 60s, while others remain active and sharp as a tack into their 90s? The difference may lie in their telomeres, according to biologist E...
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Redheads need to be especially diligent about staying out of the sun.
“We might be splitting in class between those who can afford to manage our children eugenically and those who cannot.”