Update (9:40pm ET, November 26th): 23andMe co-founder Anne Wojcicki has written a blog post addressing the matter. "We stand behind the data that we return to customers," says Wojcicki, "but we recognize that the FDA needs to be convinced of the quality of our data as well." Wojcicki reiterates that 23andMe has been "behind schedule with [its] responses" to the FDA, but says that she is "committed to making sure that 23andMe is a trusted consumer product." … [Read more...] about FDA orders 23andMe to halt sales of DNA test kit
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How to Create or Edit CBR and CBZ Files Although CBR and CBZ are by far the most popular (which reflects the general popularity of the RAR and ZIP file formats), you’ll also, infrequently, come across the following related archive files. Comics with the extension .CB7 are .7z files, .CBA are .ACE files, and .CBT are .TAR files. The files inside the archives are generally images in JPEG or PNG format and, sometimes, lesser used formats like GIF, BMP, or TIFF. … [Read more...] about What Are CBR and CBZ Files, and Why Are They Used for Comics?
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The microbes in our guts have been linked to everything from arthritis to autism. Now, scientists say they can even tell us about our future health. Two new studies find that our “microbiome”—the mix of microbes in our gut—can reveal the presence of many diseases better than our own genes can—and can even anticipate our risk of dying within the next 15 years. … [Read more...] about Top stories: A push to build affordable electron microscopes, coronavirus is not a global emergency yet, and the voice of an ancient mummy