Research on genomes is providing us with valuable information about the genetic basis of disease. This research shows us that “on a genetic level, any two people are more than 99 percent alike.” However, those 1% variations contribute to diseases, both rare and common.
As science continues to evolve in this area, we are closer to understanding cancer, diabetes, heart disease, autoimmune disorders and other diseases, and how our genetics play a role in our predisposition towards these diseases.
Read the full article from Science Daily here.
And don’t forget, no matter what your genetic predisposition, always make your health a number one priority! There are many things you can do to create a healthy lifestyle on a daily basis!
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