According to research, the only thing worth anything in a marriage is what quietly sits in your genes.
Recent research suggests that while we subject to heart disease, we’re woefully unprepared to tackle the problem, especially in the next generation.
Epigenetics is the latest scientific theory that believes that the trauma we suffer can be passed on to our children on a biological level.
A recent study has emerged from the depths of science, claiming that the fussy eating habits our children could be down to genetic makeup.
Scientists in the US have discovered that feelings of loneliness may be genetic. And dipping into my own gene pool, I tend to agree.
What do our genes say about us, and are we slaves to our predetermined genetic makeup? Which has the bigger effect; nature or nurture?
In this week’s #LongReads, Rich Jackson brings us Douglas Grant the Aboriginal Anzac, introduces some #SCIENCE in “Do genetics determine your life?” and PB gets app kooky with “the other side”…
Lyssa Campbell finds the notion of parentage at risk after a Queensland court case removed the genetic father of a lesbian couple’s children from their birth certificates.