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Study Finds First Molecular Genetic Evidence of PTSD Heritability

A large new study from the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium provides […]

The Biggest Issue in Women’s Sports Is About to Come to a Head

Expectations are soaring for 25-year-old South African runner Caster Semenya, […]

The Biological Origins of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Male? Female? The distinction is not always clear. Exploring the […]

Genders Differ Dramatically in Evolved Mate Preferences

Men’s and women’s ideas of the perfect mate differ significantly […]

Williams Institute at UCLA Launches First-Of-Its-Kind Study of U.S. Transgender Population

Researchers at the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law, […]

Challenging Gender Identity: Biologists Say Gender Expands Across A Spectrum, Rather Than Simply Boy And Girl

The sex designation of your brain and body may not […]

‘Designer Babies’ Debate Should Start, Scientists Say

Rapid progress in genetics is making “designer babies” more likely […]

Humans Smell Gender

The human body produces chemical cues that communicate gender to […]