Most tumours are not caused by lifestyle habits or faulty genes, but plain bad luck
A person’s DNA accounts for almost half the chance of getting a headache after a booze binge
New research claims that even more than our genes, it is our bacterial composition that determines our health. And our happiness and moods
Different genes are at work for Tibetans and Ethiopians in letting them survive high altitudes
...may have prospered through the attention early gay men lavished on their nephews and nieces.
Breakthrough DNA sequencing research takes us a step closer to knowing where we came from.