5 Serious Health Conditions that can be Passed Down through your Genes

5 Serious Health Conditions that can be Passed Down through your Genes

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been eyeing the fancy mail-in genetic tests that are all over the internet these days, wondering what they could possibly reveal about the secrets of your DNA. Although many offer entertaining insights – curious if you’re genetically predisposed to a sport, a unibrow, or sneeze when you look at the sun? – the real potential of such testing is to reveal your likelihood of developing serious health conditions. In an ideal world, knowing what’s lurking in your DNA would motivate you to get more mammograms or other screening exams. Or you’d get serious...

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