Friday, July 28, 2017
by Clip Syndicate
Emilie Ikeda reports   [READ MORE]
Recent studies have shown that several types of acne are genetic. But if it's influenced by genes, can there actually be cures for acne?   [READ MORE]
A Minnesota judge on Friday allowed Prince's blood to be DNA tested by the administrator of his estate in case anyone steps forward claiming to be related to the late music legend. For TODAY, NBC's Morgan Radford reports.   [READ MORE]
Color Genomics CEO Elad Gil talks about his genetic testing business and how he hopes to grow it by making the testing more affordable. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)   [READ MORE]
There are thousands of strains of weed. Cracking their genetic codes may be the key to transforming pot from a budding business to a high-flying industry and a cannabis analytics lab is trying to unlock the true potential of weed. Pictures by Preston Gannaway.   [READ MORE]
The world's biggest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc, said on Tuesday that it will increase its spending on food safety in China to 300 million yuan ($48.32 million) in 2013, 2014 and 2015, up from a previously-announced 100 million yuan in the same period. The company said it will also increase DNA testing on meat products and supplier inspections, and test more of its stores with its two mobile safety labs. ($1 = 6.2090 Chinese yuan)

If you heard people chanting "U-S-A! U-S-A!" on Monday, well, it was could have been because we're Americans and that's just what we do. It's in our DNA to join in when someone starts chanting our country's initials. But more than likely it was because the United States beat Ghana in their first game of the 2014 World Cup, which is a feat that not many people believed would actually happen. It was a inspirational victory and we are still buzzing from it.


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