DNA sequencing technology is helping scientists unravel questions that humans have been asking about animals for centuries. By mapping out animal genomes, we now have a better idea of how the giraffe got its huge neck and why snakes are so long.
A new study out of Australia is being touted as a possible breakthrough in treating peanut allergies in children. The trials involved 62 peanut-allergic children. Some were treated with a probiotic and others received a placebo.
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Leukemia Patients Treated with Imbruvica Show Long-term Survival Benefits in Trial
Human eye sees color by mixing the signal from three different cones cells in the retina. Cones sensitive to red, green and blue light respectively. The brain interpret color based on those three signals.