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DON’T BE SELFISH, LET GO: In honor of Sickle Cell Month. The concluding part.

Welcome back to the concluding part of this two part post. I am sure you enjoyed the last one and I hope you were educated. However, if you’re still harboring doubts, let me tell you a story that tosh.  1,068 more words


15 Sickle Cell Disease- Related Terms You Must Know

​• Gene – is a segment of an individual’s DNA and is derived from both parents

• Genotype – refers to the DNA makeup of an individual that determines the outward appearance, behaviour and the kind of diseases the individual may be susceptible to… 517 more words


Fall Focus 2016: Teaming Technology with Tradition

Roughly 175 American Simmental Association members, academics, allied industry representatives, and breeders and staff from various IGS partners joined the ASA staff and trustees for a day-long educational event in Bozeman, MT recently.  426 more words


DON’T BE SELFISH, LET GO: In honor of Sickle Cell Month

FALORE, Shalewa (@Ms_Jay_F)

I don promise myself say I no go put mouth for this matter wey I wan discuss, because I no even know if na stupidity abi lack of understanding wey dey worry people. 854 more words


Lack of Diversity in Gene Samples May Cause False HCM Diagnosis

A recent study published in The New England Journal of Medicine concluded that individuals of African descent found to carry genes previously identified with HCM did not, in fact, have the disease.   137 more words


Personalised nutrition is better than a “one size fits all” approach in improving diets

John C Mathers and Carlos Celis-Morales

Good dietary patterns are associated with improved health and well-being but many people find it difficult to change their eating habits. 818 more words