Many may blame their genetics for their weight but a new study out of Kings College in London says poor diet is the much bigger culprit.
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 discuss the latest in food technology, gene edited foods and gene edited crops, which are foods and plants where the DNA has been altered to affect its nutrition and shelf-life.
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.
The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss how diagnosing autism has drastically changed in recent years. Plus, find out if Dr. Freeman believes there is anything parents can do to prevent autism.
The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss a study which found that children diagnosed with autism also have higher instances of food allergies – but was the study sound enough to find a true link between autism and food allergies?
The Doctors and Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg discuss the possible downsides of genetic screening for unborn babies.
The Doctors speak with fertility specialist Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg who claims parents using IVF to conceive can now chose the eye color of their unborn child with an 82 – 94% certainty.
The Doctors welcome Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg to discuss how parents are able to choose things like their unborn baby’s eye color during the IVF process.
The Doctors discuss what sounds like a fascinating finding, but is really a headline that should be taken with a grain of salt; if your baby looks more like the father dad, he or she might be healthier.