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Figuring Out Your Ancestry - Making Sense of Your DNA Results

This month, after thinking about the possibilities for years, I received my DNA ancestry results from Ancestry.com. It was a much desired Christmas gift that cost about $80 and a month of excitement and anxiety. 442 more words


Dad (an acrostic poem)

Doesn’t just mean giving half of your genetic material

Always wanting the best for your prodigy

Determines if you are man enough to be one… 11 more words

Acrostic Poem

Death: The Final Genetic Code

According to science, humans are made up of genes. Embedded on these genes are codes or  instructions that create the whole physical body. These instructions provide the procedures on how to build the bones, muscles, organs, cells, and the chemical elements needed by the body. 700 more words


How Do You Submit A Temporary Change Of Address With The USPS?

Many people think that to change their mailing address temporarily, they have to submit a regular change of address and then just submit another one when it’s time. 561 more words


Does your family have any history of a particular illness, disease, genetic problem, or addiction that could be passed on from generation to generation?

Alcoholism is the most prevalent addiction in my family. I have read that when a parent abuses alcohol, their addiction can have a very detrimental effect on the children living in the household. 248 more words

Catecholamine pathway gene variation is associated with norepinephrine and epinephrine concentrations at rest and after exercise.

Link to article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22258110

Abstract excerpt: Results and Conclusion

There was large interindividual variability in resting NE (mean, 204±102 pg/ml; range, 39-616 pg/ml) and ΔNE (mean, 256±206 pg/ml; range, -97 to 953 pg/ml). 76 more words


Why Having A Baby Face Is A Struggle Than A Blessing In The Adult World

Skincare products promising radiant, younger looking glow inundate the internet, magazine and Tv shows, with women going to the end of the world to get products that compliment their skin, turning the skincare industry into a billion dollar net worth. 504 more words