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Updated Families SHARE workbook helps people use family history to assess disease risk

Updated Families SHARE workbook helps people use family history to assess disease risk

Carrying out CRISPR/Cas9 in Space

Carrying out CRISPR/Cas9 in Space

Raising your risk of cardiac death through the southern diet

Raising your risk of cardiac death through the southern diet

Scientists decode humans’ adaptations to historical coronavirus outbreaks

Scientists decode humans’ adaptations to historical coronavirus outbreaks

New methodology assesses whole-genome sequencing data of SARS-CoV-2 mutations

New methodology assesses whole-genome sequencing data of SARS-CoV-2 mutations

Skipping breakfast may lead to loss of key nutrients

Skipping breakfast may lead to loss of key nutrients

World Food Safety Day 2021: An Interview with the World Health Organization (WHO)

World Food Safety Day 2021: An Interview with the World Health Organization (WHO)

COVID-19 spread varies seasonally, but warmer conditions are not enough to prevent transmission

COVID-19 spread varies seasonally, but warmer conditions are not enough to prevent transmission

International travelers may pick up AMR genes from different destinations

International travelers may pick up AMR genes from different destinations

Diets that increase inflammation linked to increased risk of breast cancer

Diets that increase inflammation linked to increased risk of breast cancer

Single biomarker in the blood can accurately indicate underlying neurodegeneration

Single biomarker in the blood can accurately indicate underlying neurodegeneration

Daily intake of fruits can lower risk of type 2 diabetes

Daily intake of fruits can lower risk of type 2 diabetes

Three plausible solutions mitigates zoonotic risk associated with intensive animal agriculture

Three plausible solutions mitigates zoonotic risk associated with intensive animal agriculture

New study on genotype-phenotype associations sheds light on human complex traits, diseases

New study on genotype-phenotype associations sheds light on human complex traits, diseases

Roots for obesity start in the first year of life, shows study

Roots for obesity start in the first year of life, shows study

Each city has its own exclusive microbiome, finds study

Each city has its own exclusive microbiome, finds study

TV marketing lures vulnerable soft drinks consumers, study finds

TV marketing lures vulnerable soft drinks consumers, study finds

Researchers develop a new way for pollution remediation

Researchers develop a new way for pollution remediation

Telomere length decreases most rapidly from birth to age 3, shows study

Telomere length decreases most rapidly from birth to age 3, shows study

Studies highlight different aspects of link between obesity and cancer

Studies highlight different aspects of link between obesity and cancer