Genetic Screening News
'GMA' Hot List: How the new at-home BRCA gene test works
Plus, Drew Lachey says Nick Lachey is more nervous on "Dancing With the Stars" than Vanessa Lachey, and the cast of "Fuller House" drives around San Francisco in the red convertible from the original "Full House" series.
What to know about the new affordable at-home BRCA genetic mutation test
A new genetic testing kit that hits the market today is the most affordable, and arguably one of the simplest, ways for women to find out if they have an increased risk of developing breast cancer . Here is what women should know about BRCA gene mutation testing, including how it works, who should
What to know about the new affordable BRCA gene test
Here is what women should know about the newly-launched, user-friendly, at-home, BRCA genetic mutation test.
Colin Farrell recalls 'monumental' moment with son who has rare genetic disorder
Colin Farrell 's latest movie role as a torn father has him opening up about his own real-life fatherhood journey. In "The Killing of a Sacred Deer," Farrell portrays a heart surgeon and father of two who has to make a tough choice that will affect his family forever. The horror-thriller, which
Alanis Morissette says she's been suffering from postpartum depression for 14 months
The singer opened up about her struggle in a new interview, and Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what women should know about postpartum depression live on "GMA."
Switchfoot talks latest album and life on tour
ABC News' Amna Nawaz interviews the band Switchfoot on "Live from the Couch."
Groundbreaking study demonstrates promise and controversy of gene editing in embryos
In a groundbreaking experiment, an international team of scientists on Wednesday officially reported the successful elimination of a genetic disease from human embryos. It’s potentially a huge step for medicine -- but also a controversial one. While these embryos, which a team led by researchers at
Baby Charlie Gard's medical condition: What you need to know
The ongoing story of Charlie Gard –- a baby born in London with a rare genetic disorder known as Mitochondrial Depletion Syndrome -– has gained international attention, with such prominent figures as Pope Francis and President Donald Trump commenting on his family’s ordeal. Charlie, born on August
New study suggests that drinking coffee can lower your risk of death
Plus, a new genetic test can help guide patients to make informed decisions about treatment for some breast cancers.
Toddler with rare genetic disorder isn't letting his stroller hold him back
A 1-year-old boy diagnosed at birth with a rare genetic disorder isn't letting that -- or his stroller -- hold him back. Josiah Washington can be seen in two videos that have gone super-viral walking out of his stroller as he tries to get his hands on toys at a local toy store in Gulfport,