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Babarism Begins at Home

Drinking has always seemed to fall in patterns. Alcoholics breed alcoholics, while certain families suffer from not being able to drink due to a history of liver failure. 556 more words

Drinking

Excusing Environments

A recent study on adoption and suicide suggests genetic (biological) rather than environmental factors play a dominant role in risks for suicide.

Researchers used Danish adoption data and compared non-biologically related siblings of orphans (children who had been adopted and biologically related siblings that the orphan did not grow up with. 574 more words

Gazes

Welcome to PTCHD1-base

Welcome to PTCHD1-base. This website is aimed at researchers, clinicians, parents, and care, with a view to providing useful information relating to PTCHD1 and its role in autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability and other neurodevelopmental and behavioural conditions. 159 more words

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Moving Beyond the GMO Debate // by Heather Stone

As with many other important issues, discussing GM (genetically modified) crops seems to be mostly unproductive. In my personal experience, discussions are based on misinformation and quickly devolve into a shouting match rather than sparking thoughtful debate. 334 more words

NIH study shows schizophrenia’s genetic rising to a new level

The largest genomic dragnet of any psychiatric disorder to date has unmasked 108 chromosomal sites harboring inherited variations in the genetic code linked to schizophrenia… 793 more words

Aurous Posts

REDHEADS ARE MORE PRONE TO MELANOMA

Redheads are more prone to melanoma (the most malignant skin cancer), even if they avoid sunbathing. The cause is genetic. The type of melanin they produce – the pigment responsible for red hair and white skin – makes them prone to developing melanoma, even if they avoid ultraviolet rays. 117 more words

New Arrivals

Modi govt nod for genetically modified crops

MUMBAI: Twenty-one new varities of genetically modified (GM) crops such as rice, wheat, maize and cotton have been approved for field trials by the Narendra Modi government, say reports. 160 more words

India