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Articles About Genomics
The state of American health, and healthcare, is dismaying, and the modern physician is acutely aware of how lifestyle can make or break health at nearly any age. Some people need a bit of help to get on the path of good health, and nutrigenomics can be that key boost.What Is the Purpose of Nutrigenomics? To
How is Genomic Testing Done? Medicine has advanced to a place where treatments can be tailored to individuals based on their unique genetic profile. That information is obtained through genomic testing. Keep reading to learn more about the testing process, including how it is done and how the results can be used to improve
Vaccinomics: A Personalized Approach to Vaccines Many factors can play a role in determining the effectiveness of vaccines, including the interplay between genomics, epigenetics, and the microbiome. The study of how these factors influence how a person develops immunity from a vaccination is called Vaccinomics, and may help revolutionize our approach to this approach to
Your Genes Are Not Your Destiny In this podcast, Dr. Kline discusses how genes play a role in your health, and why the one-size-fits-all approach is not the way to go. You’ll learn why knowing your genomic profile is such a powerful tool in creating a diet and lifestyle that support your health and longevity.
The Power of Nutrigenomics In this Ignite Talk, Dr. Kline shares the power of nutrigenomics with attendees at the Healthcare Revolution conference, and how it brings real world results and lasting benefits to people and the companies they work for. Learn more about using genomics in your practice in our Genomic Medicine Certification Program.
Integrating Genomics Into Functional Medicine In this podcast Dr. Joe Veltmann discusses a new way to approach genomics with Dr. Ruscio on Ruscio Radio. He shares how Genoma International’s advanced approach goes far beyond the limited utility of “entertainment” genomics. Clinical genomics can help functional medicine practitioners hone their approach to make it truly personalized
Genomics and Breast Cancer: Case Study Meet Alicia. She’s 67, vibrantly healthy, and loving life. But 12 years ago she lived in constant fear. That’s when her mother died from estrogen receptor positive (ER+) breast cancer. Alicia was told it was not the hereditary kind, so not to worry and there was nothing she could
Genomics and Heart Disease: Case Study The power of genomic medicine lies in our ability to connect data from a person’s genomic test, laboratory results, and lifestyle to then recommend disease prevention or treatment strategies that are efficacious and truly personalized. The case report below exemplifies the power and precision of Genomic Medicine. Meet James
Genomics and Weight Loss: Case Study How do you help your patients lose weight to improve their health? This is a challenge for many, and the one-size-fits-all approach often falls short. Genomics can provide the added insight you need to help them succeed in obtaining and maintaining a healthy weight. Weight is a very complex