Mail-in genetic tests offer a wealth of information about your ancestry and insight into medical risks — in exchange for a lot of data. Here’s where that data goes, and how to delete it. (Ny Times Science) More
The Paternity Reveal The New Yorker
Margaret Talbot on the developments in science that have changed fatherhood from a matter of faith to a matter of fact.
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When his son was born in 2014, Jorge Matias held the infant in the hospital and sang him the lullabies he had learned as a child in Guatemala. He teased.
Posted on 24 June 2019 | 12:00 am | Google News
Here’s Some Money Advice: Just Buy the Coffee The New York Times
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Posted on 23 June 2019 | 7:05 pm | Google News
When it comes to selecting between the best fetal heart monitor brands, things can be confusing. The top brands and its reputation does make an impact on the ...
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Living DNA review TechRadar
Well-presented with interesting results, this DNA test lacks a really unique angle to make it truly worth the money.
Posted on 21 June 2019 | 10:07 am | Google News
For generations, Illinois' child welfare agency has failed to adequately serve Spanish-speaking families with children in its care.
Posted on 20 June 2019 | 4:00 am | Google News
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