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UltraWellness Key #1: How to convince your genes to turn on health... by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 17 Sep 2008 12:32am Here is the next installment in the 7-week blog series "The 7 Keys to UltraWellness". Are you ready to start feeling healthier and more vibrant than ever before? Let's get started! Last week, I explained how our current model of medicine ignores the real causes of disease and the true sources of good health. Starting today, I'm going ... Read on »
Do Genes Matter for Health? by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:11am How much disease do genes cause? Sure, they cause some rare diseases that affect very few people but what about major health problems, such as depression, that affect everyone? The notion that genes make a big difference to human health — that some people are healthy and others sick because of genetic differences — was much of the rationale for f ... Read on »
Learning more about how your genes tell your future health by ALTALOMAN Posted Wed 07 Jul 2010 12:53pm Through its unique and award-winning products, CURE Media Group has become the source of information and inspiration for those on the cancer journey. CURE Media Group's flagship product, CURE magazine, is the indispensable guide for every stage of the cancer experience. Through the magazine, educational forums, a resource guide for the newly d ... Read on »
The Primal Blueprint Reprogram your genes for effortless weight loss vibrant health and boundless energy by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 04 Dec 2010 10:05pm The Primal Blueprint Reprogram your genes for effortless weight loss vibrant health and boundless energy The Primal Blueprint gives you the power to flip the switches that control your weight, health, energy levels and, ultimately, your destiny of a long, healthy, happy life. Combining ... Read on »
Colon cancer gene expression | Genomic Health by Dr. Ramunas J. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 24 Jun 2008 11:08am The producers (Genomic Health) of breast cancer recurrence 21 gene expression testOncotype DX(launched in 2004) recently reported the results of two studies, which found genes that could help predict the likelihood of recurrence of and chemotherapy benefit for early-stage colon cancer (via). Results of the studies were presented Januar ... Read on »
Healthy lifestyle beats genes for improving cardiovascular health by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 12:00am Northwestern.edu - Is cardiovascular health in middle age and beyond a gift from your genes or is it earned by a healthy lifestyle and within your control? Two large studies from Northwestern Medicine confirm a healthy lifestyle has the big ... Read on »
What Role Does Lifestyle Play in Our Health? (and what role do our genes play?) by lisakthrives Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 6:45pm Lifestyle and health can be a touchy subject. Just as anything in wellness, we have a responsibility to find the balance between what is happening to us and what is happening in our lives because of things we do. My entire philosophy regarding working with people on their wellness revolves around that principle. We, are not, in most ca ... Read on »
Gene Variants May Predict Lung Health by Environmental Health Posted Sun 31 May 2009 9:00pm Gene Variants May Predict Lung Health Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to Bob Weinhol ... Read on »
Gene Genie #32 at Highlight HEALTH by Bertalan M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Jul 2008 4:11pm The 32ndedition is up atHighlight HEALTHwith the title:Googling the Genie. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you,Walter Jessen, for hosting Gene Genie. Read on »
Gene Therapy for Periodontal Gum Disease--Improving Quality of Life & Health! by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Sun 08 Mar 2009 3:36pm    Researchers at the University of Michigan have successfully shown that genetic therapy can be used to defray the development of gum disease.  Using gene transfer to treat life threatening conditions is not new, but the U-M group is the first known to use the gene delivery approach to show potential in treating chronic conditions such as peri ... Read on »