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Number of kids you are likely to have can be encoded in your DNA: Experts

Number of kids you are likely to have can be encoded in your DNA: Experts

Scientists say that the genetic data can be used to accurately predict our reproductive behaviour and also the age at which we are going to have our first kid.

7 most common reasons why your hair is falling out!

Intense physical stress such as childbirth, surgery, etc, can result in hair loss for several months after delivery. 

Why chronic pain risk may run in families

Genetics, effects on early development and social learning are some factors that can increase the risk of chronic pain transmitting from parent to children, researchers suggest.

Swiss say 'no thanks' to basic income for all

Swiss say 'no thanks' to basic income for all

Final results in the referendum showed 76.9 percent of voters opposed the initiative to provide an unconditional, basic income (UBI) to each Swiss national, along with foreigners who have been legal residents for at least five years.

Scientists discovered genes that determine one's education level

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In a major genetic breakthrough, scientists recently discovered 74 genes that partially determines how far one gets education in school, depending on which form those genes a person posses.

DNA: Today in history, April 25, 2016

The day as it was in history. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Scientists discover genes linked to happiness, depression

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Apart from determining the color of eye lens, sense of humor or athletic skills, genes now can be an important determinant of one's outlook of life, according to a latest study.

Watch: Why nasty mosquitoes bite some humans more than others

Mosquitoes can easily smell any human within 100 feet because they have excellent scent receptors so it entirely depends on how your smell.

Genetic disease identification centre launched in Kerala

Leading private healthcare provider in Kerala KIMS Hospital, headquartered here, on Monday announced the launch of the first genetic disease identification centre in collaboration with Medgenome, India.

Height, weight are genetically linked, says Australian study

A new study has revealed genetic link between being tall and slim.

Why women live longer than men?

 Explaining why women live longer than men across the world, vulnerability to heart disease is the biggest culprit behind a surge in higher death rates for men during the 20th century, says a study.

Forget rats, cancer drug can be tested on pet dogs

Pet dogs may now be man's best friends in a new arena of life cancer treatment, says new research.

Obama proposes 'precision medicine' to end one-size-fits-all

Washington: US President Barack Obama is calling for an investment to move away from one-size-fits-all- medicine, toward an approach that tailors treatment to a patient's genes.

Genetic links found to size of brain structures

In a significant finding, an international team of scientists has discovered five genetic variants that influence the size of structures within the human brain.

Never-before-seen human genome variations uncovered

Using a new genome sequencing technology, researchers have uncovered thousands of never-before-seen genetic variants in the human genome.

Genetic history of modern Europeans a tangled tale: Research

The genetic origins of modern Europeans may be more complicated that previously thought.

New genetic risk markers identified for pancreatic cancer

A new discovery has been made with help of large DNA analysis of humans, which says that there are several genetic markers to identify pancreatic cancer.

`Common` rare genetic factors responsible for developing autism: Study

A recent study has proved that 60 percent of the risk for developing autism is caused by genetics and a major portion of that risk is caused by inherited variant genes that are common in the population and present in individuals without the disorder.

Gene that mediates ageing identified

In what could point towards the possibility of one day using therapeutics to combat ageing, researchers have found in animal models that a single gene plays a surprising role in ageing that can be detected early in development.

Genetic `barcode` to identify origin of malaria

Containing malaria could be a lot more convenient as researchers have now designed a genetic barcode of malaria parasite, which can be used to identify the geographic origin of the parasite from a blood sample and monitor its spread.