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Hate cilantro? Blame your genes!

Hate cilantro? Blame your genes! | Genomics | Scoop.it
Click here to read more... (Do you hate Cilantro? You're not alone, and it's because of GENETICS! Learn more here ---> http://t.co/z4C9xikfHB)
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Genetics of Skin Cancer (PDQ®)

Genetics of Skin Cancer (PDQ®) | Genomics | Scoop.it
Expert-reviewed information summary about the genetics of skin cancer — basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma — including information about specific gene mutations and related cancer syndromes.
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Epigenetics: the ever-changing genetic landscape within us - Health & Wellbeing

Epigenetics: the ever-changing genetic landscape within us - Health & Wellbeing | Genomics | Scoop.it
When it comes to your health, the genes you inherit from your parents and grandparents play a significant role. But it's not just about their genes; you can also be affected by the environmental factors they encountered.
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Inheriting Stress

Inheriting Stress | Genomics | Scoop.it
Parental anxiety, even before pregnancy, may affect the offspring’s health. (The emerging field of epigenetics provides a mechanism of action to explain the transgenerational inheritance of...
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This explains everything!
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The patient from the future, here today

The patient from the future, here today | Genomics | Scoop.it
Kim Goodsell challenges doctors and self-diagnoses. Dr. Eric Topol likes that.
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I had the privilege of meeting this remarkable woman at the Future of Genomics meeting. She advised the audience to bring patients into discussions about their health. Wise woman!
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What the Genomic Revolution Means to You

What the Genomic Revolution Means to You | Genomics | Scoop.it
Send a man to the Moon in one decade. Sequence the human genome in 15 years. The genome was sequenced ahead of schedule. It took 13 years. But the work didn't exactly stop there.
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DNA sequencer raises doctors' hopes for personalized medicine - latimes.com

Among the many stents, surgical clamps, pumps and other medical devices that have recently come before the Food and Drug Administration for clearance, none has excited the widespread hopes of physicians and researchers like a machine called the...
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Avera to start matching pain killers with genetics

Avera to start matching pain killers with genetics | Genomics | Scoop.it
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Avera Health has started a procedure that uses a patient’s DNA to help select medications to reduce pain after orthopedic surgery.
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Genomics, Medicine, and Pseudoscience: Which is more urgent ...

Genomics, Medicine, and Pseudoscience: Which is more urgent ... | Genomics | Scoop.it
In the current issue of The Atlantic, James Fallows interviewed Eric Lander, one of the world's leading genome scientists, and asked him when genomics would lead to a cure for cancer. Lander responded: “If we invest ...
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Genomics study targets women with breast cancer

Study aims to better understand why current standard chemotherapy works well for some women with breast cancer but not others, and to improve treatment.
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Is There a Happiness Gene?

Is There a Happiness Gene? | Genomics | Scoop.it
A new study found that the greater a nation’s genetic distance is from Denmark, the lower its reported wellbeing is. (Is There a Happiness Gene?
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Mexico boasts a staggering genetic diversity, study shows - Los Angeles Times

Mexico boasts a staggering genetic diversity, study shows - Los Angeles Times | Genomics | Scoop.it
Mexico boasts a staggering genetic diversity, study shows Los Angeles Times The broadest analysis of the Mexican genome ever undertaken reveals a nation of staggering genetic diversity, where European conquest only thinly masks the ancestral DNA of...
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The Genetics of Diabetes

The Genetics of Diabetes | Genomics | Scoop.it
Unlike some traits, diabetes doesn’t seem to be inherited in a simple pattern, and there is a lot of misinformation out there about its causes.
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The dawning of the age of genomic medicine, finally

The dawning of the age of genomic medicine, finally | Genomics | Scoop.it
LA JOLLA, California (Reuters) - When President Bill Clinton announced in 2000 that Craig Venter and Dr.
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This conference has been amazing. So many luminaries in attendance.
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Fearful memories haunt mouse descendants

Fearful memories haunt mouse descendants | Genomics | Scoop.it
Genetic imprint from traumatic experiences carries through at least two generations.
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Rare gene variants double risk for Alzheimer’s disease | Newsroom | Washington University in St. Louis

Rare gene variants double risk for Alzheimer’s disease | Newsroom | Washington University in St. Louis | Genomics | Scoop.it
Rare gene variants double risk for Alzheimer's disease http://t.co/CFteQywUYD via @humangenomeorg #Genomics
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5 Genetic Discoveries in 2013 - YouTube

2013 was a big year in the world of gene research. We're learning incredible things about why we are the way we are. Guest host Cristen Conger of Stuff Mom N...
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Medics should plan ahead for incidental findings

Medics should plan ahead for incidental findings | Genomics | Scoop.it
US bioethics commission weighs in on debate over how scientists and companies should handle inadvertent discoveries in diagnostic tests.
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This brings new meaning to the phrase, "The doctor will see you now". 

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As Genomics Increases the Complexity of Diagnostic Tests, the Role of Genetic ... - GenomeWeb

As Genomics Increases the Complexity of Diagnostic Tests, the Role of Genetic ...
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Parents, tell your college bound kids about this emerging and rewarding career path!
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