It seems like everything these days can increase a person's risk for cancer — bacon, red meat, chemicals in soda. But a new study in Lancet Oncology finds that constantly worrying about what could ruin your health could, in itself, ruin your health, says Forbes contributor Trevor Butterworth. "Why?
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In PNAS this week: genes involved in histone deacetylation in Arabidopsis, effects of pathogenic presenilin-1 mutations, and more.
After a study finds DNA from antibiotic-resistant bacteria in Beijing smog, residents there worry, according to the New York Times.
Canada begins its search for a chief government science advisor, Nature News reports.
A company is using facial recognition tools to identify genetic disorders from pictures, Technology Review reports.