Patterns of activity in the brain change depending on what we are doing. Israeli scientists are exploring if imprints of these patterns remain for hours or days, like footprints in the sand.
GENETICS 2013: Scientists have long been acutely interested in the genes of Ashkenazi Jews. They offer clues that could solve mysteries of diseases like cancer and diabetes.
Yale researchers Sally and Bennett Shaywitz say there’s an upside to dyslexia. Those with the disorder tend to be out-of-the-box thinkers because they have trouble reading.
Here’s a list of resources for Crohn’s and other inflammatory bowel diseases.
Here is a list of diseases that are often screened for in Jewish couples who are planning to have children because of an elevated risk of carrying a recessive mutation.
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a private company cannot patent human genes. For Jewish breast cancer advocates, that is cause for celebration — and more work.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday issued a mixed ruling in a case concerning patents held by Myriad Genetics Inc over the closely watched issue of whether human genes can be patented.
Say what you will about Angelina Jolie, she showed bravery by undergoing a double mastectomy — and telling the world about it.
Do Jews’ genes prove they are a single race, with roots in the land of Israel? Or does the tribe hail from a somewhat less sexy address?
Scientists have long agreed that Jewish genetics prove we are one people with common origins in the Middle East. Now, that theory is coming under withering attack.