DNA from the 40,000-year-old bones of a modern human found in Europe contains Neanderthal genes.
Scientists wishing to study marijuana’s health effects may now forgo a review by Public Health Services.
I can no longer shop happily. Representing the first genomics craze to hit supermarket shelves, Sciona, a Colorado based biotech just started marketing a nutrigenomics product called Cellf in supermarkets for about $100. These kits include a lifestyle-assessment and family-profile questionnaire and a cheek swab. Mail in the lot and you?ll get back a genetically personalized recommendation for living healthy. A collaboration with the supermarket chain includes specific advice from supermar
December 22, 2005|