This Week in the British Medical Journal | GenomeWeb

In the British Medical Journal this week, German researchers led by Ingrid Mühlhauser report that using a brochure that contained evidence-based risk information about colorectal cancer screening led to more informed choices by participants. In this randomized, controlled study, the 1,577 participants either received the standard leaflet from the German colorectal cancer screening program or the evidence-based risk information brochure and two optional interactive Internet modules.

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In PNAS this week: variation patterns in wheat lines, regulatory variation in Capsella grandiflora, and more.

A Rockefeller University researcher is using edited ants to explore complex biological systems, the New York Times writes.

There's a heritable aspect to how much time people spend online, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Stat News reports that Joseph Gulfo is another contender for FDA commissioner.