Talking Travel, Over-Thinking and UFOs with Rhye’s Mike Milosh
The alt-R&B artist taught us about epigenetics in a conversation about his transient life and latest album, 'Blood.'
How a BMI Fallacy Convinced the World that Diabetes Is a Disease of Excess
While most of the medical community treats type II diabetes as something to be prevented through exercise and healthy food, the rapid growth rate of the disease in developing countries calls for a more thorough approach.
Living With It
My Grandparents' Trauma is In My Blood
A writer goes in search of the biological traces of her family’s dark past.
Scientists Image Gene Expression in Living Human Brains for the First Time
The technique could help understand and develop treatments for brain disorders including Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia.
New Research Says You Are What Your Grandpa Ate
Findings from the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute and Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney found that obese male mice passed on a predisposition to metabolic disease to their sons and grandsons.
We May Inherit Our Fears
At least, that's what an animal study out of Emory University dares to suggest.