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Stop calling it a choice: Biological factors drive homosexuality

Bill Sullivan, Indiana University Across cultures, 2% to 10% of people report having same-sex relations. In the U.S., 1% to 2.2% of women and men,...

Sure, cancer mutates, but it has other ways to resist treatment

Fabian V. Filipp, University of California, Merced Because of advances in drug design and precision medicine, researchers have been able to target certain molecules within...

Can the study of epigenomics lead to personalized cancer treatment?

Fabian V. Filipp, University of California, Merced Molecular insight into our own DNA is now possible, a field called personal genomics. Such approaches...

Mom’s prenatal hardship turns baby’s genes on and off

By Suzanne King, McGill University In January 1998 five days of freezing rain collapsed the electrical grid of the Canadian province of Québec. The storm...

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What witch-hunters can teach us about today’s world

David Frankfurter, Boston University It is hardly a new observation that political leaders seeking populist appeal will exacerbate popular fears: about immigrants, terrorists...