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Genomic data sharing is critical to improving genetic health care
A new position statement tackles the question of how to make sense of the massive amount of genetic information being generated for better patient care.
Customers who receive genetic health data not alarmed by results, find information useful
As consumers have been able to learn more about their genetic makeup in recent years through personal genomic testing, one big criticism has been that without someone to interpret it, the health information could be harmful to the receivers.
Following a healthy lifestyle can greatly reduce genetic heart attack risk
It is well known that following a healthy lifestyle — not smoking, avoiding excess weight and getting regular exercise — can reduce the risk of heart disease. But what about people who have inherited gene variants known to increase risk? A study has found that, even among those at high genetic risk, following a healthy lifestyle can cut in half the probability of a heart attack or similar event.
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