Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
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A new study has shown that it is in fact your lifestyle and not necessarily your genetics that explains most premature heart disease.
A recent study has found that the majority of risk for autism spectrum disorders is from inherited genes and not environmental factors like vaccines.
No, brain degeneration doesn't happen overnight.
Some people can’t start their day without caffeine, but for one 11-year-old boy, it's so much more than just an early-morning pick-me-up.
Danish researchers have found that a part of chromosome 2 increases the risk of fainting, which means that there is a genetic risk variant that predisposes to fainting.
A team of researchers from the University of Bath have developed bacon fibers using pig stem cells and blades of grass, reports the BBC.
Certain genetic mutations may mean some people could have no limit to how much they can drink, according to a study of drunk mice.
A large US study found that forty percent of common diseases have a genetic component.
The Academy of Science of South Africa has released a study it says is aimed at creating a more certain regulatory environment for government departments on matters relating to human genetics and the human genome.
Our genes play less of a role in how long we live than previously thought.
New research has confirmed that left-handedness is linked to certain genetic features.
Called ‘nav» Wellness’, it is a free service from FNB that wants to encourage its customers to entertain healthy living behaviour.
Denis Rebrikov is confident that his use of the mostly illegal genome-editing technique, CRISPR, will prove more successful than his disgraced predecessor.
Researchers believe having additional digits, specifically fingers, could significantly boost a person's dexterity.
A geneticist who helped invent the gene-editing tool Crispr told Business Insider its most profound impacts will be on agriculture.
A recent study revealed that your genes may be the culprit behind all your sleepless nights.
Scientists have identified more than 100 genetic variants linked with risk-taking, according to a groundbreaking new study.
Researchers have discovered that the more long-lived relatives you have, the lower your hazard of dying at any point in life.
A Chinese researcher claims that he helped make the world's first genetically edited babies.
A recent study found that although there is a genetic component in longevity, there is also a major impact from many other forces in our lives.
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