DNA news, articles and information:
|10/3/2016 - U.S. scientists recently announced the birth of a baby containing DNA from three different people in an article in New Scientist. They will present the details of the new procedure they used at the October meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
The procedure, which is illegal...|
|9/26/2016 - If you are eating genetically modified foods – including essentially any product containing corn or soy that has not been certified organic or free from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) – the modified genes in those GMOs might be negatively influencing your body's own DNA.
|9/20/2016 - As America continues its descent into authoritarianism, police are now taking advantage of a lack of legal restrictions so that they can collect DNA samples from innocent people.
More and more police forces in Florida and other states have initiated a practice nicknamed "stop and swab" or "stop and...|
|9/16/2016 - Certain levels of radiation cause cancer – this is a well-established fact. However, what is less understood is how exactly radiation causes cancer to develop. New research published in the journal Nature Communications on September 12 sought to better understand this, and what they found is quite...|
|8/10/2016 - Genetically modified mosquitoes that have been released in Brazil, and may soon be released in Florida to combat the Zika virus, have the potential to directly inject modified DNA into any humans they bite.
The lab-bred GM Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, according to Oxitec – the biotech company...|
|8/6/2016 - Legislation involving DNA evidence that would permit local police to quickly test the genetic makeup of suspects in the field, without having to wait for or rely on technicians in an accredited laboratory, may soon be voted on in the House.
As reported by NextGov, the bill focuses on a fairly new...|
|7/28/2016 - Officials with Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have given researchers in Quebec the go-ahead to begin testing a controversial vaccine designed to protect against the Zika virus, which is said to cause microcephaly, a birth defect resulting in decreased head circumference.
|7/26/2016 - Nearly half a century has passed since Monsanto scientist John Franz first discovered glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, which today is sprayed heavily all over the globe, including on our food and water, and in recreational areas where people go for leisure.
However, it is only now that...|
|5/3/2016 - According to biotech industry and its army of mercenary trolls and science shills, glyphosate is perfectly safe to eat and doesn't cause cancer.
Of course, that claim holds about as much scientific credibility as Big Tobacco's claim that "smoking cigarettes doesn't cause lung cancer or heart disease"...|
|3/30/2016 - The mass collection of people's DNA is becoming more popular in today's society and is being used for monitoring, tracking, studying and micromanaging people throughout their lives. Some people are noticing this controlling trend of DNA collection and are rejecting these genetic breaches of privacy.
|3/28/2016 - The genetic material from which many viral vaccines are produced appears to be a trigger of both autism and cancer, according to shocking research compiled by a renowned molecular and cellular physiologist from Stanford University in California.
Dr. Theresa Deisher, Ph.D., who was the first person...|
|2/4/2016 - Most everyone knows not to head to work, a social event or school with a raging cold, complete with frequent bathroom trips and excessive nose-blowing. Doing so would certainly land you some nasty stares, and likely lead to the suggestion that you head home instead of spreading your germs to others.
|11/20/2015 - The statist mindset continues to pervade California government at all levels, with residents slowly discovering that they have no privacy, fewer rights than ever before, and little real control over their own lives.
The most recent outrage (to many), is the discovery that the state owns the DNA of...|
|11/18/2015 - In the original Star Trek series, Dr. "Bones" McCoy used a handheld device called a tricorder which could, among other things, instantly diagnose a patient's health status by reading his or her DNA.
The original series was set in the 23rd century, but here in the 21st century, a similar device has...|
|10/30/2015 - Popular genealogy website Ancestry.com, along with a similar site, 23andMe.com, uses clients' DNA to trace their health history, family tree and other characteristics. DNA is like a fingerprint — it is exclusive to each person.
And now Uncle Sam wants it.
As reported by writer Kashmir Hill...|
|10/26/2015 - A private food testing lab called Clear Food is ramping up with a project it says will publicly post scores for foods based on whether the food composition matches the label. Sadly, this lab wants to be a "friend" of the food industry and won't be testing for GMOs, pesticides or anything not listed...|
|7/23/2015 - The shingles vaccine, branded Zostavax (or Zoster), is supposed to reduce the "risk of developing shingles" and the pain incurred by some elderly people. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends this injection of carcinogenic chemicals for people 60 years of age and older and...|
|7/11/2015 - Sometimes foods that are healthy don't always appeal to a large number of people. Blueberries are an exception, however - they are both delicious and nutritious. Blueberries are truly one of the great superfoods for so many reasons. Although they can satisfy a sweet tooth, they are low in sugar and...|
|7/11/2015 - Liberal foreign policy wonks have always held up the United Nations as a model for global diplomacy and management, even touting the institution as a viable instrument of what world government can and should look like.
Only, the UN is anything but a panacea for global governance. And, while the case...|
|6/12/2015 - In the scramble between the mega-information-monopolies to control every aspect of your life, Amazon and Google are now vying with each other to own your DNA. Well, maybe not exactly own it -- at least not yet, anyway -- but they want to store it in the cloud and, as far as I'm concerned, that's essentially...|
|5/14/2015 - A massive public genealogy database owned by the family history web site Ancestry.com is being exploited by law enforcement even though donors to the collection were told that their privacy would be assured.
In recent weeks, the New Orleans Advocate published an alarming story that helps explain...|
|4/24/2015 - Scientists have discovered that an already unusual plant known as the carnivorous bladderwort (Utricularia gibba) is even more mysterious than they had previously realized. According to a new study conducted by researchers from the University at Buffalo and published in the journal Molecular Biology...|
|4/9/2015 - It's no joke - beginning April Fool's Day in Wisconsin, even citizens convicted of misdemeanor crimes will have a DNA sample forcibly taken from them as the state dramatically expands its collection database.
As reported by The Free Thought Project, the new law will dramatically expand the number...|
|3/27/2015 - Recently, scientists took a huge leap forward in developing a radically new form of immunization. Researchers from the Scripps Research Institute reported in February that they had successfully used a new form of gene therapy to induce monkeys to produce an antibody that deactivates HIV.
|3/5/2015 - The bizarre sights, pungent smells and largely invisible but ever-present germs that mark the unique New York City subway-riding experience are among the many details cataloged in a new bacterial study that, perhaps not shockingly, made some unsettling discoveries about the types of critters that lurk...|
|3/3/2015 10:45:39 AM - It's a given that the health risks of consuming genetically modified soybeans are steeped in controversy. Many people are adamant that ingesting them leads to serious health consequences, while those in favor of such foods and the herbicides they're sprayed with (mainly, the la-la-land folks at Monsanto)...|
|1/15/2015 - New research published in the Turkish Journal of Biology completely shatters the myth that GMOs (genetically modified organisms) have been scientifically vested as safe. Scientists from the National Research Center in Egypt, after conducting what appears to be one of the first histopathological and...|
|1/6/2015 - Resveratrol is no stranger to news headlines and the health-minded people who are privy to various findings about it.
After all, the organic compound has been touted for its ability to slash heart disease risks and boost health. Findings have shown that it has the ability to keep certain cancers...|
|12/20/2014 - The systematic replacement of all natural life with synthetic life-types is moving along at breakneck speed, with a new study published in the journal Nature announcing that scientists have come up with the world's first artificial enzymes made entirely from man-made genetic material.
|8/7/2014 - The British government has been accused of misleading its people in refusing to acknowledge that babies born through a new controversial in vitro fertilization (IVF) technique will actually be "genetically modified."
Britain's The Telegraph newspaper reported that, in late July, the UK government...|
|7/13/2014 - A study published in the journal Pediatrics shows that children growing up in extremely stressful, traumatic or violent environments develop lasting changes in parts of their DNA that have been associated with mental illness, diabetes and heart disease (1).
Specifically, telomeres, which are repetitive...|
|6/24/2014 - The idea that DNA from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is broken down in the digestive tract and rendered innocuous, a common industry claim, is patently false. A recent study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE found that large, meal-derived DNA fragments from GMOs are fully capable...|
|5/27/2014 - The White House has officially admitted that fake vaccination programs have been used by the United States as a cover for covertly stealing DNA samples from the public as part of the so-called "war on terror." The aim of the scheme, carried out in the Middle East, was to use DNA analysis to identify...|
|5/19/2014 - In today's technologically advanced world, authorities are finding new ways to collect the average person's DNA, storing people's unique identification in databases without consent. Not held accountable, a police state can grow unchecked, swabbing people's DNA at roadside checkpoints, implementing fingerprint...|
|5/17/2014 - The herb savory is a member of the mint family which is often used in East European cuisines because of its well appreciated peppery and tangy taste. Not only is it undeniably great to spice up various dishes, but some pharmaceutical companies happen to integrate some of its outstanding healing chemical...|
|5/7/2014 - A study that will collect the DNA and scan the bodies of hundreds of thousands of volunteers has been started. The aim of the project, which also includes the use of health and lifestyle questionnaires, is to match the data collected to diseases that develop over the course of the lives of the volunteers....|
|3/21/2014 - In a process essential to keeping you alive that proceeds entirely unseen, your body is continuously finding and repairing damage to your DNA.
A myriad of everyday environmental stressors, from ultraviolet radiation to environmental toxins to normal metabolic functions, create as many as one million...|
|11/12/2013 - Scientific evidence continues to mount showing that astaxanthin is one of the most potent antioxidants yet discovered. A study conducted by researchers from India's National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research found that astaxanthin not only can reduce oxidation of the liver but can actually...|
|11/10/2013 - Civil rights groups allege that a California law allowing police to collect DNA samples without a warrant not only invades the privacy of innocent people but also places them at risk of false arrest and imprisonment.
The law in question, Proposition 69, allows California police officers to collect...|
|9/28/2013 - The curse of being a critical thinker is that you can't turn it off, I've discovered. So you become a critical thinker about everything you've been told or taught, and as it turns out, most of what we've all been taught about genetics is a lie.
But don't take my word for it. Join me as we take an...|
|9/26/2013 - A shocking new report reveals that receiving blood donated from someone vaccinated with Gardasil, the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine, may be downright dangerous to your health.
S.A.N.E. Vax, Inc., contracted with an independent lab which tested 13 Gardasil vials from 13 different lots from all...|
|9/21/2013 - If you believe that you are at the mercy of your genetic code, great news, you're not. According to the science of epigenetics (the study of how environmental factors outside of DNA influence changes in gene expression), stem cells and even DNA can be altered through magnetic fields, heart coherence,...|
|6/29/2013 - Your constitutional right to not be searched or detained by law enforcement officials without reasonable suspicion or probable cause has been further eroded by a recent Supreme Court ruling, which now allows police officers to freely collect DNA samples from individuals they arrest in connection with...|
|6/18/2013 - A team of researchers from Stanford University in California wants you to donate your hard-earned money to them so they can continue to develop an unapproved genetically-modified (GM) plant that literally glows to generate light. The so-called "Glowing Plant Project" has already raised nearly half a...|
|6/12/2013 - When a group of uniformed men wearing guns sets up a road block then ask you to "volunteer" a DNA sample and blood sample, it stretches the definition of "volunteer." But that's what happened in Alabama yesterday as off-duty cops in two counties set up DNA collection roadblocks and stopped cars to ask...|
|6/11/2013 - The supreme law of the United States has just voted 5-4 in favor of a National DNA database. In Maryland v. King, the court upheld the right of police to arrest and forcibly take DNA samples from individuals, without even issuing a search warrant.
Writing for the majority, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy...|
|5/30/2013 - Monsanto lies about everything and will commit any atrocity against the people to ensure profits.
Recently, the Cornucopia Institute reported about the French farmer that was poisoned by one of Monsanto's "safe" pesticides. Read it for your self.
A French farmer who can no longer perform his routine...|
|5/19/2013 - The United States government claims 100% ownership over all your DNA and reproductive rights. This astonishing revelation has emerged from the fact that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office claims the power to assign ownership of your DNA to private companies and universities who apply for patents on...|
|4/24/2013 - Scientists from UC San Francisco have recently bared findings that some DNA that used to be considered as junk, have a crucial role in brain development, and could be linked to a number of devastating neurological ailments. The efforts to finally determine the particular roles of the long-ignored DNA...|
|2/9/2013 - Though the mainstream sunscreen and skin care industries have a rather long way to go in correcting certain misinformation propaganda of decades gone by, the market may soon experience at least a slight shift in direction. Initial reports out of Australia indicate that researchers there say a new vitamin...|
|2/3/2013 - If you've been eating at Burger King recently, you've been snarfing down ground-up alien flesh. That's the result of a new DNA test that Burger King ordered after its recent horse meat scare in which one of its food processors admitted using horse flesh alongside beef.
What Burger King didn't expect...|
|1/19/2013 - It sounds like science fiction but it is a scientific fact. A happy childhood leads to a healthy adult life. This is what scientists found when they examined the effects of childhood adversities to DNA. They found that the tiny protective caps of our chromosomes, which are called telomeres, shorten...|
|1/10/2013 - If you're not doing anything wrong, then you've got nothing to worry about, right?
That seems to be the pervasive logic of an increasing number of government officials and agencies that have forgotten the uniquely American legal principle of being presumed innocent until proven guilty. How else to...|
|9/24/2012 - The United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit will soon hear new arguments in a case that challenges the legitimacy and constitutionality of California's warrantless DNA collection program. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a privacy and freedom advocacy group, reports that the results of a...|
|9/14/2012 - All of us, identical twins excepted, are genetically unique. Of course, everyone's genes encode all the proteins needed for life, but the sum total of all our biochemical processes varies considerably from person to person. One of the consequences of this genetically determined biochemical individuality...|
|9/13/2012 - Human biology is a mysterious thing, which is why perplexing diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes and psychiatric disorders are so hard to predict and, as is often the case, to treat as well. Another complexity involves understanding how and why one individual might contract a debilitating or...|
|6/20/2012 - We are all exposed to electromagnetic radiation constantly on a daily basis from mobile phones, Wifi hot spots, power lines and electrical appliances. The sources of this pollution are many and varied, each having its own range of wavelength, frequency and intensity. How does the artificial electromagnetic...|
|5/18/2012 - The only worse thing about an increasing number of police departments collecting DNA evidence from suspects they arrest - before they've ever been actually convicted of any crimes - is that courts are continuing to back this egregious violation of civil liberties. So it was only a matter of time before...|
|4/26/2012 - A group of students at Albert Einstein Middle School in Sacramento, Calif. was recently considered to be guilty until proven innocent in a murder case involving a 13-year-old girl. The Sacramento Bee and other sources are reporting that officers from the Sacramento Police Department (SPD) showed up...|
|3/23/2012 - Exercise truly is a vital component of good health, as was once again illustrated in a recent study published in the peer-reviewed journal Cell Metabolism. Researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, and Dublin City University in Ireland found...|
|3/16/2012 - Many people think the genes they inherited at birth are static and predetermine their fate for the remainder of their life. Extensive research into the science of epigenetics is providing startling evidence that this thought process is grossly outdated, and our individual DNA is dynamic and continually...|
|2/28/2012 - For a state that claims to be the nation's most enlightened defender of civil rights, California's regular dismissal of even the most basic constitutional protections is an exercise in hypocrisy -- at a minimum -- and in ideology over rule of law in the worst case.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals,...|
|2/23/2012 - A new study published in the journal Archives of Toxicology proves once again that there really is no safe level of exposure to Monsanto's Roundup (glyphosate) herbicide formula for genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). According to the new findings, Roundup, which is applied by the tens of thousands...|
|2/22/2012 - On January 1, 2011, Dr. Philip Castle became the first Executive Director of the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Institute. Dr. Philip E. Castle also served on a data safety and monitoring board for human papillomavirus vaccines for Merck and is well known for his proposals directing publicly...|
|2/7/2012 - Researchers from the Colorado Cancer Center reporting in the prestigious journal Carcinogenesis explain the unique mechanism exerted by grape seed extract to destroy cancer cells that target the head and neck. More than half a million people worldwide will fall victim to squamous cell carcinoma involving...|
|1/24/2012 12:11:57 PM - Standardized testing is a common method by which colleges and universities evaluate the competency of applying high school students. But an increasing amount of students are cheating on such tests, which has caused lawmakers in New York to consider actually harvesting "digital DNA" from students and...|
|1/13/2012 6:24:25 PM - There is a growing body of scientific evidence which proves that genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) are inherently different from natural organisms, including the way the body processes them, as well as how the immune system responds to them. But Monsanto, the largest purveyor of GMOs in the world,...|
|10/14/2011 - If you are considering vaccinating your child with an HPV vaccine, what information have you read, and what questions have you asked?What do you KNOW about the human papillomaviruses (HPV) which the medical profession says causes cervical cancer?
If you are going to vaccinate your child on the word...|
|9/15/2011 - In seeking answers to why adolescent girls are suffering devastating health damage after being injected with HPV vaccines, SANE Vax, Inc decided to have vials of Gardasil tested in a laboratory. There, they found over a dozen Gardasil vaccine vials to be contaminated with rDNA of the Human Papillomavirus...|
|7/29/2011 - If you are arrested in the UK on suspicion that you may have committed a crime but are later proven innocent, your DNA profile will still remain within government databases, according to a new report in The Daily Telegraph. After previously promising that it would destroy all DNA profiles of innocent...|
|7/20/2011 - Rupert Murdoch's media empire News Corp., which represents the second largest media conglomerate in the world behind the Walt Disney Company, is taking a severe beating as Murdoch himself is having to address various criminal allegations, including that his News of the World tabloid illegally hacked...|
|7/12/2011 - An investigation by The Guardian reveals that CIA agents organized a fake vaccination scheme to harvest DNA from innocent civilians as part of a secret intelligence operation. The scheme was carried out in the town of Abbottabad, where Bin Laden's family was believed to be hiding. And the purpose of...|
|6/24/2011 - Food that contains genetically engineered organisms can transfer genetic material into the DNA of bacteria in the intestinal tract leading to a myriad of health consequences. Responsible scientists have been warning about the potential dangers of releasing genetically modified organisms into the food...|
|3/31/2011 - New research presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society of Interventional Radiology in Chicago, Ill., has revealed the incredible power of antioxidants to protect the body against the damaging effects of radiation. Researchers from the University of Toronto, Ontario, Can., department of medical...|
|2/28/2011 - As if it's not enough for the TSA to feel you up at the airport, now they're experimenting with rapid results DNA scanners that can scan and analyze your DNA using just a drop of saliva. Spit at the TSA agent who is molesting you, in other words, and they can use that saliva to scan your DNA and then...|
|1/17/2011 - Thanks to toxins, radiation, poor diet, genetically modified food and unhealthy lifestyles, human DNA and gene expression are being changed in unnatural and unhealthy ways. Besides threatening our present health, the changes are also threatening our future viability as a species.
Scientists are increasingly...|
|10/22/2010 - A U.K. company has developed a technology that it says will help deter thieves from robbing local businesses. SelectaDNA Spray, as it is called, coats robbers with an invisible DNA mist that cannot be washed off and remains present on skin and hair for weeks, allowing authorities to better link culprits...|
|8/26/2010 - Tests carried out in Ireland have found traces of cow and pig DNA in chicken products being sold in grocery stores, raising concerns over unlabeled cross-species ingredients.
The issue first came to light in December, when the United Kingdom's Food Standards Agency (FSA) found traces of pork proteins...|
|8/16/2010 - We already know that cloned beef has entered the food supply both in the United States (https://www.naturalnews.com/023718_food_beef_cloned.html) and the UK (https://www.naturalnews.com/029411_cloned_beef_food.html). Now, thanks to revelations from JR Simplot, a U.S. company specializing in the cloning...|
|8/4/2010 - In an interview with John Walsh of "America's Most Wanted," President Obama voiced his support for the mandatory collection of DNA samples from U.S. residents who have not been convicted of any crime.
"It's the right thing to do [to] tighten the grip," he said.
Obama told Walsh that he supports...|
|5/7/2010 - Most people today are consistently exposed to substances that are known to damage our DNA. Radiation, plastics, cigarette smoke, chemicals in soft drinks, pesticides, and many more common substances have all been found to damage our DNA. It's unfortunate because when our DNA is damaged, we subject ourselves...|
|4/25/2010 - According to Brad Therrell, director of the National Newborn Screening & Genetics Resource Center, all babies born in the United States are required to be screened for a host of genetic diseases. The government has mandated that all newborns be evaluated genetically to see whether or not they might...|
|4/1/2010 - When micronutrients like vitamins and minerals are in short supply they are temporarily reserved for the most essential organs, at the expense of less pressing tasks. This is a survival mechanism, an example of physiological triage (1). Neglecting less essential functions on occasion may do no harm...|
|3/27/2010 - Nanoparticles may be able to damage the DNA of cells without ever coming into contact with it, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Bristol Implant Research Center and published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.
Nanoparticles are particles so small that they have fundamentally...|
|2/10/2010 - Two high school students, Brenda Tan and Matt Cost at the Trinity School of Manhattan, gathered 151 DNA samples from foods and objects in their and neighbor`s homes as part of a science project. Of the samples, a large percentage were found to not be what their packaging said they were - they were mislabeled...|
|1/29/2010 - Scientists from the Tel Aviv, Israel-based company Nucleix have demonstrated that it is possible to create fake DNA samples and plant them as evidence at a crime scene, in a paper published in the journal Forensic Science: International Genetics.
"You can just engineer a crime scene," said lead researcher...|
|1/11/2010 - In researching the biological effects of the millimeter wave scanners used for whole body imaging at airports, NaturalNews has learned that the energy emitted by the machines may damage human DNA.
Millimeter wave machines represent one of two primary technologies currently being used for the "digital...|
|5/24/2009 - Forensic scientists are working on a way to reconstruct a person's face based on their DNA, allowing police to identify people more effectively from something as simple as a piece of hair or flake of skin, according to research presented at the conference of the American Association for the Advancement...|
|12/18/2008 - In April of 2008, President Bush signed into law S.1858 which allows the federal government to screen the DNA of all newborn babies in the U.S. This was to be implemented within 6 months meaning that this collection is now being carried out. Congressman Ron Paul states that this bill is the first step...|
|11/18/2008 - Inside chlorophyll is the lamp of life and that lamp is magnesium. The capture of light energy from the sun is magnesium dependent. Magnesium is bound as the central atom of the porphyrin ring of the green plant pigment chlorophyll. Magnesium is the element that causes plants to be able to convert light...|
|9/10/2008 - A new study that was recently published sheds more evidence to what many have been saying for a long time, that DNA does not control the body or predestine you to being overweight, ill, sick, weak or anything else, but that the majority of our health and destiny lies within our own power.
|9/10/2008 - Curcumin, the active ingredient in the spice turmeric is effective against the harmful impact of arsenic according to a recent study reported in the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition. Arsenic is a poison that can be fatal to humans.
The study investigated whether curcumin could counteract...|
|7/30/2008 - Extracts from the leaf of the Stevia plant have been found to be high in antioxidants that prevent the DNA damage that leads to cancer, according to a new Indian study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. "These results indicate that Stevia rebaudiana may be useful as a potential...|
|6/22/2008 - In 1953, a once impossible achievement was accomplished, that being the unraveling and understanding of the DNA molecule, also called deoxyribonucleic acid. Two scientists, James Watson and Francis Crick, accomplished what was thought to be impossible. The discovery of the double helix code hidden within...|
|4/29/2008 - An article published in the April 4, 2008 issue of World Net Daily outlines a plan that has state and federal governments staking claim to the ownership of every newborn's DNA in perpetuity. This Orwellian like plan is advancing under the radar of most privacy rights activists, as well as that of most...|
|3/3/2008 - Hyperinsulinemia may promote mammary carcinogenesis. Insulin resistance has been linked to an increased risk of breast cancer and is also characteristic of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes and cancer are both expanding almost exponentially in the world today and can in part be traced to the increasing radiation...|
|2/15/2007 - The federal government is finalizing rules that would encourage the collection of DNA samples from everyone arrested by federal authorities, as well as any illegal immigrant detained by federal agents for any reason.
A little-noticed amendment to last month's renewal of the Violence Against Women...|
|12/25/2006 - If you find a "DNA Diet" that seems customized to you while searching on the internet, a new study suggests that you may as well leave that information alone -- since it has not been really proven to be trustworthy. In fact, scientists are warning would-be dieters and body slimmers to be careful about...|
|12/1/2006 - Small damages to sequences in the human genome are causing evolutionary changes in our DNA. Recent findings from a Japanese group prove that a common form of DNA damage caused by oxidation is a primary cause of mutagenesis -- damage to DNA during the genome replication process.
As a result, the human...|
|11/23/2006 - Announced with great fanfare in late November, 2006, scientists have discovered that human DNA is far more variable than previously thought. Contrary to previous beliefs, as much as 10 percent of human genes vary wildly from one person to the next. The mainstream press is hailing the discovery and some...|
|10/12/2006 - Organisms, including humans, all inherit DNA from generation to generation, what biologists call hard inheritance because the nucleotide sequence of DNA is constant and only changes by rare random mutation as it is passed down the generations.
But there also is evidence, especially in plants, that...|
|8/21/2006 - It is widely accepted in scientific circles that organisms inherit DNA from their predecessors through a process known as hard inheritance -- so named because changes in the nucleotide sequence of the passed-on DNA is rare and only happens through random mutation -- but soft inheritance, or the affect...|
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|7/12/2004 - Chemotherapy is a barbaric form of medicine, and new research is showing that even when it is called a "success" by western doctors, it is destroying patients' future health by severely compromising their immune systems. How? By causing massive DNA damage that greatly multiplies patients' risk of being...|
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