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You Don't Need a Personal Genetics Test to Take Charge of Your Health - WIRED



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You Don't Need a Personal Genetics Test to Take Charge of Your Health 
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The online storefront for the consumer genetics company Orig3n features an image of a young woman facing toward a sepia horizon. Her tresses are wavy, her triceps enviably toned. Her determined stance complements the copy floating beside her: "Take ...
The Search for the Olympian Gene Gizmodo

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Weight loss linked to healthy eating not genetics, study finds | Life ... - The Guardian



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Weight loss linked to healthy eating not genetics, study finds | Life ... 
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Participants who ate the most vegetables and consumed the fewest processed foods, sugary drinks and unhealthy fats shed the most kilograms.

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Sweet tooth? Kids may choose snacks based on genetics behind taste buds: study - CTV News



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Sweet tooth? Kids may choose snacks based on genetics behind taste buds: study 
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TORONTO -- Whether a pre-schooler has a sweet tooth, is partial to snacks rich in fat, or has an aversion to bitter vegetables like broccoli could be linked to genetics, researchers suggest. A study by University of Guelph researchers found almost 80 ...

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Hill Delves into World of Thoroughbred Genetics - Thoroughbred Daily News



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Hill Delves into World of Thoroughbred Genetics 
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When it comes to the equine world and science, Emmeline Hill is one of Ireland's?if not the world's?brightest minds. She is an Associate Professor of Equine Science at University College Dublin as well as the Chief Science Officer for Plusvital Ltd., a ...

 


The Dubious Science of Genetics-Based Dating - Smithsonian



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The Dubious Science of Genetics-Based Dating 
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But what if there was a way to analyze your DNA and match you to your ideal genetic partner?allowing you to cut the line of endless left-swipes and awkward first dates? That's the promise of Pheramor, a Houston-based startup founded by three ...

 


Forecasts of genetic fate just got a lot more accurate - MIT Technology Review



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Forecasts of genetic fate just got a lot more accurate 
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As the prediction technology improves, a flood of tests is expected to reach the market. Doctors in California are testing an iPhone app that, if you upload your genetic data, foretells your risk of coronary artery disease. A commercial test launched ...

 


Sophia Genetics Looks to Marry Imaging, Genomic Analysis for MDx ... - GenomeWeb



Sophia Genetics Looks to Marry Imaging, Genomic Analysis for MDx ... 
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CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) ? Machine learning in genomic medicine and molecular diagnosis got a boost last month when Sophia Genetics announced that its technology now can scan medical images to predict the evolution of solid tumors. By combining this ...

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NZ's largest dairy genetics supplier gets behind A2 market - Scoop.co.nz (press release)



NZ's largest dairy genetics supplier gets behind A2 market 
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Chief executive Wayne McNee says the co-op is ready for any increase in demand for A2 genetics as a result of the new partnership. ?Who's to know what will happen to the A2 milk market in the future, but yesterday's announcement certainly means more ...
NZ's largest dairy genetics supplier puts its weight behind A2 market Voxy
Shareholders shocked by LIC's $20m 'transformation costs' New Zealand Herald

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Role of genetics in education - TES News



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Role of genetics in education 
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In the podcast, she talks at length about GPS and their potential role in education. She also details common myths around genetics (such a what heritability means), how teachers might take genetics into consideration in terms of pedagogy and why ...

 


Vampire bat's blood diet developed through evolutionary genetics - Daily Sabah



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Vampire bat's blood diet developed through evolutionary genetics 
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If you want to know how vampire bats can survive on a diet that consists exclusively of blood, the answer is simple. It's in their genes. Scientists on Monday said they have mapped for the first time the complete genome of a vampire bat, finding that ...
I Want to Drink Your Blood: Vampire Bat's Genetic Secrets Revealed Voice of America

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