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Browsing: Genetics

DNA the key to caffeine sensitivity

SCIENCE now has the answer to whether you can enjoy that espresso after dinner — or whether you should steer clear of having energy drinks. A new genetic test can discover how sensitive you are to caffeine, using saliva to pinpoint DNA markers and reveal how your body breaks down caffeine.

15 Nov 2016Read More

Dr Lior Rauchberger on personalised healthcare

Dr Lior Rauchberger, Health Futurist from myDNA, talks us through interpreting patient DNA to create personalised healthcare for our patients.

28 Sep 2016Read More

5 reasons your medication might not be working

Whilst green leafy vegetables are a good source of fibre, vitamins and minerals, eating them may also affect how you process some medications.

22 Aug 2016 • By Tara SmithRead More

Warnings against codeine use in children

A number of deaths have occurred in children who were given the standard dose of codeine, as a result there are now new international guidelines recommending against codeine use in children.

27 Jul 2016 • By Sara TiefenbrunRead More

Understanding pain

Research into chronic pain suggests that a person’s pain threshold may be affected by the variations in their genes.

20 Jul 2016Read More

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