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Researchers trim count of human genes to 20,000-25,000

Researchers trim count of human genes to 20,000-25,000

Gene variations explain why people with type 2 diabetes are at much greater risk for coronary artery disease

Gene variations explain why people with type 2 diabetes are at much greater risk for coronary artery disease

Recommendations made for new research to settle questions on in vitro fertilization (IVF)

Recommendations made for new research to settle questions on in vitro fertilization (IVF)

Possible link between elevated calcium levels in older neurons and aging-related disorders of the brain

Possible link between elevated calcium levels in older neurons and aging-related disorders of the brain

Scientists have devised a novel way to repair one of the genetic mutations that causes ataxia-telangiectasia

Scientists have devised a novel way to repair one of the genetic mutations that causes ataxia-telangiectasia

Strong relationship between kids academic achievement and fitness

Strong relationship between kids academic achievement and fitness

Both Presidential candidates are ignoring the core issue of controlling health care cost growth

Both Presidential candidates are ignoring the core issue of controlling health care cost growth

Researchers have found two areas of the brain that appear to compete for control over behavior

Researchers have found two areas of the brain that appear to compete for control over behavior

Significant steps to fight a deadly childhood muscle cancer

Significant steps to fight a deadly childhood muscle cancer

Some patients who undergo treatment considered to be the last resort for severe obesity can develop peripheral neuropathy

Some patients who undergo treatment considered to be the last resort for severe obesity can develop peripheral neuropathy

Scientists can now explain why the brain prefers one brand of soft drink to another

Scientists can now explain why the brain prefers one brand of soft drink to another

Black men have better sexual and urinary function than white men after prostate cancer surgery

Black men have better sexual and urinary function than white men after prostate cancer surgery

New research points to potential new treatments for sickle cell disease

New research points to potential new treatments for sickle cell disease

A unique new non-invasive technique for high resolution optical imaging of the eye

A unique new non-invasive technique for high resolution optical imaging of the eye

President Bush's eyes revealed more uncomfort in the debate than Kerry's

President Bush's eyes revealed more uncomfort in the debate than Kerry's

Representatives from Bush and Kerry campaigns to present health plans at University of Michigan

Representatives from Bush and Kerry campaigns to present health plans at University of Michigan

Study increases likelihood that MRI could be used as predictive technology to determine which patients should be placed on statin therapy for atherosclerosis

Study increases likelihood that MRI could be used as predictive technology to determine which patients should be placed on statin therapy for atherosclerosis

Results of nationwide survey of Americans’ attitudes toward stem-cell research, cloning and other scientific and medical advances

Results of nationwide survey of Americans’ attitudes toward stem-cell research, cloning and other scientific and medical advances

Signaling pathway could be a valuable target for future drug therapies against systemic lupus erythematosus

Signaling pathway could be a valuable target for future drug therapies against systemic lupus erythematosus

Genetic link to Preeclampsia, a serious complication of pregnancy

Genetic link to Preeclampsia, a serious complication of pregnancy