Newsy and Inverse partner to bring you up to speed on what's happening in the lab. In this segment, reporter Yasmin Tayag explains what's behind a new study that explains how genes are transferred to different species. Read more of that report on Inverse, and check your local listings to catch new segments of "The Lab" on "The Day Ahead."
The Lab: Are We Genetically Similar To Kangaroos?
Newsy and Inverse pair to bring you the latest from the lab. In this segment, writer Yasmin Tayag explains how "jumping genes" link us to kangaroos.
Seaweed blob heading to Florida may contain flesh-eating bacteria
The bacteria that researchers think is wrapped up in the seaweed is known as Vibrio.
Would paid sick leave reduce food poisoning outbreaks?
The CDC released a report indicating that 40% of food poisoning outbreaks at restaurants started with ill employees.
FDA warns about compounded versions of popular weight loss drugs
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Woman to get new car after Indy 500 tire damages hers
A tire flew hundreds of feet completely out of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and into the parking lot during Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
LGBTQ+ Pride Month kicks off with parties, parades, protests
June has been an important month for the LGBTQ+ rights movement since New York City's first Pride march on June 28, 1970.
Calls to reject anti-LGBTQ 'extremism' start Pride Month
Target, Anheuser-Busch and The North Face have been among companies targeted for supporting the LGBTQ community.