Know Your Genetic Diseases?

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Genetic diseases is something we don't normally think about. However, taking care of your physical health means knowing your family's health history.

It is important to inquire about the genetic diseases that run in your family. If there is no apparent evidence, consult with your parents or grandparents. If they cannot provide you with the answers you need, there is always the option of genetic counseling.

Genetic counseling can provide you with the information you need for understanding your personal risk or any risk involved for other family members. You can learn the different genetic testings available, or what you can do in preventing the onset of any preventable diseases, as well as any research that may be appropriate for your particular needs.

Read more about genetic counseling at Wikipedia. You can gain more insight into the importance of investigating the hereditary diseases that can disrupt you and your family's life.

You can locate a genetic counselor or learn more about genetic counseling by logging on to the National Society of Genetic Counselors website.

Becoming aware of this information, gives you an early head start in life. With this knowledge you can begin to adapt to a healthier lifestyle, taking the necessary precautions to preserve your health.

By obtaining this information, you can also provide valuable information for subsequent generations to follow, your children and grandchildren.


Here’s an interesting article to read "Facing Your Genetic Destiny" from Scientific American.

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