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Gene Produces Hormones That Lead To Obesity
PCSK 1 is the name of this newly-found obesity gene that regulates several key hormones that control food intake.
Obesity gene, carried by more than a third of the US population, leads to brain tissue loss
Geneticists reported that nearly half of US populations with European ancestry carry a variant in FTO gene relating to gain weight, which puts them at risk of obesity.
Defining Obesity’s Interplay among Environment, Behavior, and Genetics
It is practical to test for the FTO gene and other genes and by knowing this can help you understand your risk for obesity and obesity-related conditions like diabetes and heart disease.
32 risks of leading to a stroke
Stroke can originate from alterations in various parts of the vasculature including large arteries, small arteries, the heart, and the venous system and the researchers found genetic risk factors implicated in each of these mechanisms.
Causes of ADHD - Genetics
Although our everyday surroundings can affect the severity of symptoms, these environmental factors do not seem to be the primary cause of the disorder.
Signs and symptoms vary widely, depending on where the growths develop and how severely a person is affected. Some common symptoms including skin abnormalities, seizures, cognitive disabilities, behavioral problems, kidney problems, heart issues, lung problems, eye abnormalities, etc.
Autism genetics, explained
As this work has progressed, scientists have unearthed a variety of types of genetic changes that can underlie autism. The more scientists dig into DNA, the more intricate its contribution to autism seems to be.
Autism - or more precisely the autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) - represent a broad group of developmental disorders characterized by impaired social interactions, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, and repetitive behaviors or severely limited activities and interests.