It happened in New York after the September 11 attacks and in Madrid after the March 11, 2003, train bombings. It's happening to the victims of Hurricane Katrina and to Israeli settlers who've been forcibly removed from their homes in Gaza.
Now that researchers have the technology to look at hundreds of thousands of genetic markers, they're uncovering new clues about human origins and gaining fresh insights into early patterns of human migration.
In the past six months, SPH Associate Professor of Biostatistics Goncalo Abecasis and his research team have identified new genetic variants associated with two chronic health conditions.
A good fight with your spouse may be good for your marriage--and may improve your odds for a long life.