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How Genomics Can Transform Your Health

Join Dr. Kline as she chats with Ric Bratton on This Week In America about the science of genomics, and how it is being used to create a more personalized approach to preventing and treating many of the chronic diseases we see today. She’ll share her journey of how she found genomics, and the results

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Your Personal Nutrient Requirements

Food is the foundation of healthy living. Now advances in genomic medicine are providing the tools you need to create personalized diet plans – with even more precision. Nutrients promote growth, development, and maintenance of the human organism, a complicated orchestration involving many biological systems. Nutrients can effect gene expressions that influence cell biology. Other ingredients

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Protecting The Newborn

The Impact Of Endocrine Disruptors On The Developing Fetus   Dr. Thomas Zoeller and colleagues researched how CYP1A1 expression correlated with the expression of genes regulated by thyroid hormone. Cytochrome P450 CYP1A1 is one of the pathways that processes many of the toxins present in our environment today, including PCB’s and tobacco smoke. Some of

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The Effect Of Air Pollution On Developing Brains

Is air pollution harming your loved ones?   A recent study found that the level of prenatal exposure to air pollutants, collectively known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs, correlated with the amount of cortical white matter in the  the left side of the brain. The higher the levels of exposure, the greater the shrinkage

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Time For One-Person Trials

Genomic Medicine requires a new approach   In Nature’s article “Time for one-person trials” Nicolas J. Schork commented that clinical trials and research studies ought to focus on the individual rather than an average response to a therapy. Nicholas Schork is currently director of human biology at the J. Craig Venter Institute in La Jolla,

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Social Bonding Revealed By Science

Dogs and their human mates: it’s the oxytocin   A study published in Science reveals how dogs connect with their owners. The connection is related to the production of oxytocin, the hormone responsible for social bonding that occurs between a mother and newborn, and between sexual partners. It is also at play when humans bond

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