This analysis was designed to answer two questions: is physical activity and fitness associated with lower risk of cardiovascular events and what effect -- if any -- does genetic predisposition
play in that equation.
It's fairly quick, painless and easy way to learn what genetic predispositions
you may have.
But remember, just because you have a genetic predisposition
to a disease doesn't mean you're guaranteed to develop it.
I''m also planning to cut down on sugar and salt, as despite my BMI being higher than is healthy, I don''t have a genetic predisposition
Conclusion The people suffering from melasma of Eastern sub-Himalayan region, have genetic predisposition
especially in early onset disease.
One of the causes of obesity is a genetic predisposition
, YE-zbaE-yoy-lu said.
London, United Kingdom, March 31, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Test Diagnostics introduces their genetic predisposition
at home DNA testing kit.
In individuals with a genetic predisposition
, trauma causes long-term changes in DNA methylation leading to a lasting dysregulation of the stress hormone system.
"Just as important, however," said Weilie, is "that we can show that alterations in the number of stem cells as a result of harmful substances take place only in children who have already been afflicted with skin manifestations." This leads to the conclusion: There is a relationship between the genetic predisposition
for a disease and environmental influences --there are environmental and life style factors which determine whether a genetic predisposition
is in fact realized or not.
These findings are the first stage in developing an easy and relatively inexpensive genetic test to help women determine whether they have a genetic predisposition
to early menopause, bur the discriminative power is still limited.
An omega-3 fat found in fish oil reduces the risk of precancerous intestinal polyps in people who have a genetic predisposition
to get polyps and colon cancer.