A large genetic study has identified distinct features of lung cancer in East Asians, which which could improve prediction and treatment outcomes.
Apart from the mode of delivery and breastfeeding, genetics and cultural practices could also have a profound impact on the type of bacteria in an infant’s gut.
A*STAR scientists have created the world’s largest multi-ethnic Asian genetic database to further biomedical research and shed light on the origins of three major ethnic groups in the region.
How Singaporean infants of different backgrounds are
introduced to food
The significance of vitamin D levels in pregnant
women may depend on their ethnic origin