Ancestrys Genetic Testing Kits Are Heading for Your Stocking This Year

This holiday season, more people than ever before are applying the endow of spitting. Well, what’s in your spew, to be precise. Demand to know where your predecessors once stepped or whether you’re at risk for a inherited disorder? There’s…

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A prescription for healing the healthcare industry

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Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder dies after long battle with disease

ALS Association says Anthony Senerchia, 46, died on Saturday having helped start social media phenomenon that conjured money for degenerative illness The ALS Association says a subject ascribed as one of the co-founders of the viral “Ice Bucket Challenge” that…

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Little boy who got thousands of Christmas cards dies after cancer battle

( CNN) Jacob Thompson, the son who got thousands of Christmas cards from glamour devotees this die, has died after a long battle with cancer.

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Medical first: Doctors attempt to gene-edit a living patient’s DNA

( CNN) A guy may soon be forever free of the previously fatal sicknes he was born with 44 years ago. On Monday, in a medical first, Brian Madeux received an experimental in-body gene-editing management are aiming to heal him…

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Aaron Hernandez suffered from worst CTE seen in someone his age

( CNN) For the first time since announcing former NFL star Aaron Hernandez’s CTE diagnosis in September, Boston University neuropathologist Dr. Ann McKee shared the findings from Hernandez’s brain autopsy on Thursday. “This is the first case that we’ve seen…

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Scientists replace skin of ‘butterfly child’ with rare genetic disease

( CNN ) For the first time, doctors were able to treat small children who had a life-threatening uncommon genetic skin disorder through a transplant of skin thrive utilizing genetically modified stem cells. See the most recent bulletin and share…

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Opioid crisis: Childhood friends die on same day, half a mile apart

Lawrenceville, Georgia( CNN) Twenty seconds is all it took to kill 19 -year-old Dustin Manning. “The amount of fentanyl in his body was the equivalent to three specks of salt. That’s all it took to kill a 180 -pound guy,…

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Dyslexia: scientists claim cause of condition may lie in the eyes

In parties with the condition, light-headed receptor cells are arranged in parallelling motifs in both seeings, which may confuse the brain French scientists claim they may have found a physiological, and apparently treatable, cause for dyslexia hidden in minuscule light-receptor…

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