CNN - Health Gene changes linked to greater risk of brain, ovarian cancer 2017-03-28T10:49:01.000000Z Genetic changes and variants linked to the development of brain and ovarian cancers have been discovered in two new studies. This significant development offers researchers the chance to understand more about how these cancers develop and how they may one day be treated, or even prevented. Lupus: What you need to know 2017-03-28T10:21:57.000000Z An invisible disease with debilitating symptoms, lupus is more common than you might think. Learn about the causes, triggers and treatments for this devastating disease. Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeeding 2017-03-28T01:11:43.000000Z While the medical benefits of breastfeeding for helping newborns fight infections and helping pre-term infants get stronger are fairly well established, the long-term impact is much less so. Grandparents post adorable photos every week of eating burgers 2017-03-27T16:06:40.000000Z The only thing that rivals Patricia and Fred Burry's love for each other is their love for In-N-Out Burger. Dallas bookstore's clickbait is a trap to read classic novels 2017-03-27T15:14:01.000000Z Can literature compete with listicles? If the Dallas bookstore The Wild Detectives is to be believed, the answer is a shocking, click-to-find-out-more yes. Genetic forms of obesity are rare yet numerous 2017-03-27T14:46:12.000000Z While scientists have been aware of about two dozen genetic conditions that can cause obesity, a new study published Monday in the journal Obesity Reviews finds there are many more. One person's ban is that same person's respite 2017-03-27T14:03:23.000000Z In terms of security, you can debate the effectiveness of the new electronics ban, now enforced on select international flights. Activists go undercover to expose India's illegal sex-selective abortions 2017-03-27T13:18:57.000000Z A pregnant woman sat in a hospital consultation room in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. 'Deaths of despair' fuel midlife mortality for white Americans 2017-03-25T21:14:44.000000Z It's a midlife crisis of a different sort: "Deaths of despair" -- due to drugs, alcohol and suicide -- are largely responsible for rising mortality rates among middle-age white Americans. And a new analysis by Princeton economists delves into what they believe is behind this trend. The truth about 'gaydar' 2017-03-24T12:38:35.000000Z Kids are often told that you can't judge a book by its cover.