Scientists Say They Have Fixed The Gene Linked To Alzheimer's DiseaseScientists found that apoE4 is only slightly different from the gene apoE3 however, the protein it produces within the body is much more damaging to human brain cells.
85,000-Year-Old Fossil Found May Rewrite History Of Human MigrationAccording to reports, the tiny bone is the oldest human fossil found outside of Africa or an ancient area in the Mediterranean known as the Levant. 
Child Advocates Ask FTC To Investigate YouTubeRead carefully through the fine print of YouTube's terms of service and you might notice that you've affirmed you are old enough to watch it. It's a warning that goes unheeded by millions of children around the world.
Scientists Find A New Organ In Humans: The InterstitiumNew research published in Scientific Reports has revealed that the human body contains a network of fluid-filled channels that had previously been undiscovered.
Sir John Sulston, Who Decoded The Human Genome, Dies At 75John Sulston, a Nobel Prize-winning British scientist who helped decode the human genome, has died. He was 75.
Scientists Successfully Clone Monkeys, But Are Humans Up Next?Researchers have used the cloning technique that produced Dolly the sheep to create healthy monkeys, bringing science a step closer to being able to do the same with humans.
5 Shocking Medical Stories From 2017Here's a list of shocking stories from this year that shows just how far science has come and how unbelievable (and a little gross!) it can be.
Experts Alarmed By Alleged CDC Ban On Words Like 'Fetus' & 'Transgender'Health leaders said that they are alarmed about a report claiming that officials at the CDC are being told not to use certain words or phrases in official budget documents.
American Scientists Try First Gene Editing Inside Of The BodyScientists in California, for the first time, have tried editing a gene inside of the body in a bold attempt to permanently change a person's DNA to try to cure a disease.
15,000 Scientists From All Over The World Issue 'Warning To Humanity'Over 15,000 scientists issued a warning about the growing impact of climate change and the possibility of an extinction-level event in the near future.
Curriculum In North Texas Schools Could Pave Way To High-Tech JobsIn this day and age so many jobs are based on what's called STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, and the Labor Department says there's a huge need to fill millions of these positions in the next five years and beyond.
Rare Photos By Early NASA Astronauts Being Auctioned OffJohn Glenn was the first person to snap a photograph of Earth from outer space. Neil Armstrong took the first picture from the moon's surface. The original prints are among 445 rare photos taken by American astronauts that are being sold.

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