The Doctors discuss the financial costs of a diet based on your DNA, which often includes the suggestion of purchasing supplements, with Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll.
The Doctors welcome Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll to discuss whether DNA testing can help lead someone to right diet for weight loss.
Can DNA be used to find the perfect diet for you? That is what is being debated by The Doctors’ guests, the chief clinical officer of Vitagene, Dr. Julie Chen, and professor of pediatrics at Indiana University of Medicine, Dr. Aaron Carroll.
The Doctors continue their discussion with Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll about whether diets based on someone’s DNA are effective.
Do you dream of frying foods with transfats or eating bread without gluten? Scientists are working toward making these changes reality with the use of gene editing.
The Doctors welcome attorney Philip L. Ellison who has filed a lawsuit against the state of Michigan for collecting and storing the blood of newborns without consent.
DNA tests might be popular, but find out why ER physician Dr. Travis Stork is leery of sharing his DNA information with a company.
Debating the 4-day work week! Does bad mood make you productive? Is big pharma getting into the DNA testing business? Underestimating the weight fueling obesity crisis? Could your earliest memories be fake? Could coffee help weight loss?
Did you ever wonder what the at-home genetic testing companies are doing with your DNA? It turns out they might be selling it to pharmaceutical companies.
Have you taken an at-home DNA test? You might be surprised to find out that some of your information is being sold to outside companies for research.