Latest Race and genetics Stories
Those of us who want to learn about our ancestors — who they were, where they came from and how they mingled (or didn't) with others around them — often turn to historical records or elderly family members for answers.
Chimpanzee populations living in relatively close proximity are substantially more different genetically than humans living on different continents, according to a study published March 2 in PLoS Genetics.
Researchers at Brown University and Stanford University have pieced together ancient human migration in North and South America.
At one time or another most of us wonder where we came from, where our parents or grandparents and their parents came from.
ENVIRONMENTAL factors can affect DNA over a person's lifetime in ways that may be inherited, new research has shown. The findings add to the growing evidence that diet and lifestyle have health affects which may pass down generations.
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