Keyword Results for   'genetic'  
Thank your gender-stereotypic genes for speed-dating success  May 20, 9:02 am
Washington D.C, May 20 (ANI): Your gender-stereotypic genes may be giving you a leg up in dating, according to a recent study.
Iraqi patient with rare genetic disorder gets new lease of life in India  May 13, 3:48 pm
Gurgaon, May 13 (ANI): Doctors at Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon gave a new lease of life to a 27-year-old Iraqi woman recently.
Study: Bene Israel community in India carries Jewish gene  May 11, 10:54 am
Washington D.C., May 11 (ANI): A new study reveals the Bene Israel community in the western part of India carries genetic proof of the Jewish roots. They anyway, have always considered themselves Jewish.
Americans from India's Punjab region more vulnerable to celiac disease  May 10, 3:57 pm
Washington, D.C., May 10 (ANI): A new study has found that about 1.8 million Americans suffer from celiac disease, an immune-based condition brought on by the consumption of gluten in genetically susceptible patients.
Study claims genetic switches can increase lifespan  May 3, 12:21 pm
Washington D.C., May 3 (ANI): Recently discovered genetic switches that increase lifespan and boost fitness in worms are now being linked to increased lifespan in mammals and are offering hope that drugs to flip these switches could improve human metabolic function.
Reverse symptoms of Alzheimer, Parkinson found  Apr 26, 1:12 pm
Washington D.C., April 26 (ANI): A new study describes an innovative strategy that reverses symptoms in the neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer and Parkinson, at least in fruit flies which had been genetically altered to model the diseases.
For the first time researchers locate happiness genes  Apr 26, 10:29 am
Washington D.C., April 26 (ANI): Researchers have recently isolated the parts of the human genome that could explain the differences in how humans experience happiness.
Researchers link genes with happiness, neuroticism  Apr 21, 11:17 am
Washington D.C., April 21 (ANI): What we feel and think depends on multiple factor and one of it is our genes.
Pregnant mom who smokes risks altering baby's DNA  Apr 6, 8:19 am
Washington D.C, April 6 (ANI): If you can't keep your hands off cigarettes while pregnant, then you may be altering the DNA of your developing foetus as a new study suggests that maternal smoking during pregnancy leaves its lasting mark on the child's genetic make-up.
`Vegetarian gene` puts Indians at cancer risk  Mar 30, 2:02 pm
Washington D.C, Mar 30 (ANI): Could there be a vegetarian gene? A new study has revealed that eating green could be in our genes.
New genetic front in war against malaria  Mar 30, 11:50 am
Washington D.C, Mar 30 (ANI): They are as old as the dinosaurs and kill nearly 250,000 people a month. The war against malaria is now proceeding on many fronts, from preventative measures to the introduction of more effective drugs.
Knowing genetic risk doesn't really help us  Mar 21, 4:16 pm
Washington D.C, Mar 21 (ANI): Genetic tests that predict people's risk for disease are becoming more common, but a recent study suggests that having that information doesn't mean people act on it.
What your parents eat can affect your health: study  Mar 15, 10:31 am
Washington D.C., Mar. 15 (ANI): In a recent study researchers used mice that had become obese and had developed type 2 diabetes due to a high-fat diet and then obtained their offspring solely through in vitro fertilisation (IVF) from isolated oocytes and sperm, so that changes in the offspring could only be passed on via these cells.
How loss of Angelina Jolie gene results in breast cancer  Mar 5, 8:18 am
Washington D.C, Mar 5 (ANI): A team of researchers has provided deeper insight into how the Angelina Jolie gene, BRCA1, functions in normal breast tissue and how its loss results in breast cancer.
Pancreatic cancer identified as 4 different diseases  Feb 25, 2:28 pm
Washington D.C, Feb 25 (ANI): A recent research has identified that pancreatic cancer is not one, but four diseases, each with different genetic triggers and survival rates, paving the way for more accurate diagnoses and treatments.
Your partner`s lifestyle choices can make you obese  Feb 23, 10:02 am
Washington D.C., Feb. 23(ANI): Researcher have recently claimed that the lifestyle a person shares with his/her partner has a greater influence on their chances of becoming obese than their upbringing.
Psychiatric disorders genetically linked to diabetes  Feb 7, 11:14 am
Washington D.C, Feb 7 (ANI): A team of scientists has discovered a molecular link between psychiatric disorders and type 2 diabetes.
Now, womb lining test to predict IVF treatment success  Jan 24, 10:15 am
Washington D.C, Jan 24 (ANI): Newly discovered "genetic fingerprint" is a big breakthrough that can help doctors predict the chances of success of IVF treatment.
Destruction of Earth is inevitable in near future: Stephen Hawking  Jan 20, 10:19 am
Melbourne, Jan. 20 (ANI): Humanity is at risk due to the scientific progress, says top cosmologist Professor Stephen Hawking.
Major advances seen in 'non-small cell lung cancer' treatment   Jan 2, 9:07 am
Washington, D.C., Jan. 2(ANI): Although the most common type of lung cancer - non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) - has recently seen major treatment advances in some genetic subtypes, other subtypes continue to evade effective treatment.
New cancer treatment kills prostate tumor cells  Dec 13, 1:50 pm
Washington D.C., Dec. 13(ANI): A new study has revealed that prostate tumor cells can be killed by combining radiation treatment with suicide gene therapy, a technique in which prostate cancer cells are genetically modified.
World's first test tube puppies born  Dec 10, 1:45 pm
Washington D.C, Dec 10 (ANI): The first-ever litter of puppies conceived through in vitro fertilization was born recently in what scientists described as a possible eradication of genetic diseases in both dogs and humans
Blame your parents if you are 'impulsive'  Dec 9, 9:35 am
Washington D.C., Dec. 9 (ANI): If the tendencies of delay discounting keeps on bugging you and you often choose to take a smaller reward that is available immediately, then it isn't your fault as according to a recent study it is influenced by a person's genetic makeup.
Modified mosquitoes can halt malaria spread  Dec 8, 9:40 am
Washington D.C, Dec 8 (ANI): A team of researchers playing God has come up with a new breed of genetically modified mosquito that could help wipe out malaria within years.