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Your Genes and Their Relation to Brain Disorders

The human body is made of innumerable cells, and each cell makes use of only a small fraction of the genes that are present and keeps the rest inactive. How the cells decide on the activity or inactivity of the genes depends on the environment, hormones, and other and...

Optimizing Your Sports Performance Through Genetics

Science, for a long time has been working on accurately finding out about the determinants for athletic performance, and as a very complex field of research that is dependant on a large field such as genetics, psychology, physiology, and neurological connection for...

Genes And Lifestyle: Understanding The Effects On Your Health

From the beginning of the 20th century, human life has changed very at a previously unimaginable rate. With massive changes in technology came a easier life, with multitudes of new opportunities. However, like everything else, this lifestyle to has its disadvantages....

Why Genetic Healing is the Future of the Healthcare Industry

The field of genetics has been widely recognized by the scientific community since the 19th century. However, the study of genomes, their functions and their relationship with human health has been given importance only in recent times. With around 4000 diseases that...

Prevention of Genetic Diseases

While a majority of the illnesses and diseases are caused by microbes in our environment, a handful is caused due to the genes inherited from parents, and other ancestors. When a person has abnormal, missing, extra, or inactive genes, they are predisposed to health...

Personalized Medicine

One treatment is not suitable for all, is the major principle of personalized medicine. Even in diseases like cancer, tumors differ from one patient to another. It, therefore, makes sense that the cure should be different, as well. Personalized medicine is also...

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