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Genetics and Me: Volume XV By Rev Dr James Showers Jr
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This Volume in the series, is a compilation of research from the NCBI and the Genetic Testing Registry. 23 and me. The National Library of Medicine. National Human Genome Research Project and ENCODE.
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Genetics of Gaucher Disease By Nadia Arora, ND
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This review article discusses genetic, clinical and evolutionary aspects of Gaucher disease. Gaucher disease is an autosomal recessive disorder of lipid storage. It is very common worldwide. This... More > review covers traditional laboratory and genetic testing for Gaucher disease, with specific attention given to the effectiveness and limitations of these tests. Treatment options, including experimental gene therapy, are covered as well. We explored the prevalence of this disorder and compared rates of occurrence of different mutations among different ethnic groups. Special attention has been given to the evolutionary aspect of Gaucher disease – we discussed anthropologic and animal studies and analyzed the most popular hypothesis of the selective advantage of Gaucher disease. This review article also discusses the rates of occurrence of neurological, pulmonary and cardio-vascular disease in Gaucher disease patients.< Less
Understanding Genetics: Midatlantic Region By Sharon Terry et al.
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Genetic Alliance published “Understanding Genetics: A Guide for Patients and Health Professionals” in collaboration with the The New York – Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Genetic and... More > Newborn Screening Services. This comprehensive manual provides a wealth of genetic education materials for patients and health professionals for community-based healthcare clinics. It is designed to help patients and health professionals understand the place of genetics in health care. The straightforward and intuitive guide covers basic genetic concepts, complemented with in-depth information about diagnosing genetic conditions, newborn screening, family-history collection, genetic counseling and genetic testing. A section on local information focuses on patient care, patient and provider education, and genetic services in the NY- MidAtlantic area.< Less
Understanding Genetics: Midatlantic Region By Sharon Terry et al.
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Genetic Alliance published “Understanding Genetics: A Guide for Patients and Health Professionals” in collaboration with the The New York – Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Genetic and... More > Newborn Screening Services. This comprehensive manual provides a wealth of genetic education materials for patients and health professionals for community-based healthcare clinics. It is designed to help patients and health professionals understand the place of genetics in health care. The straightforward and intuitive guide covers basic genetic concepts, complemented with in-depth information about diagnosing genetic conditions, newborn screening, family-history collection, genetic counseling and genetic testing. A section on local information focuses on patient care, patient and provider education, and genetic services in the NY- MidAtlantic area.< Less
Question the Injection: What to Know of Genetics and Vaccination Today By Kirstin Beatty
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Written clearly for the public in the style of a fact sheet, this begins with traditional illness and fever management as supported by modern research. Vaccine risks including disease transmission... More > and autoimmunity are clarified, including heightened risks and options for genetic testing. Genetic and individual markers indicating heightened risk of adverse events are provided, alongside information on adverse event reporting and the federally-funded vaccination court. Finally, a short review is provided of methods for allaying adverse reactions and supporting health. Over 200 citations back an overview of individual vaccination risks rarely discussed in the doctor's office and omitted on CDC fact sheets. Primary sources are from the FDA, attorney general's office, Merck, and numerous research journals. As an overview with APA-style citations for further research, this booklet is suitable for doctor's offices and nearly everyone.< Less
Question the Injection: What to Know of Genetics and Vaccination Today By Kirstin Beatty
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Written clearly for the public in the style of a fact sheet, this begins with traditional illness and fever management as supported by modern research. Vaccine risks including disease transmission... More > and autoimmunity are clarified, including heightened risks and options for genetic testing. Genetic and individual markers indicating heightened risk of adverse events are provided, alongside information on adverse event reporting and the federally-funded vaccination court. Finally, a short review is provided of methods for allaying adverse reactions and supporting health. Over 200 citations back an overview of individual vaccination risks rarely discussed in the doctor's office and omitted on CDC fact sheets. Primary sources include the FDA, attorney general's office, Merck, and numerous research journals. As an overview with APA-style citations for further research, this booklet is suitable for doctor's offices and nearly everyone. A brief excerpt is available for preview when viewing the ebook.< Less
Genetic Testing for Developmental Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, and Autism Spectrum Disorder - Technical Brief Number 23 By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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This Technical Brief collects and summarizes information on genetic tests clinically available in the United States to detect genetic markers that predispose to DDs. It also identifies, but does not... More > systematically review, existing evidence addressing the tests’ clinical utility. This Brief primarily focuses on patients with idiopathic or unexplained DDs, particularly intellectual disability, global developmental delay, and autism spectrum disorder. Several better-defined DD syndromes, including Angelman syndrome, fragile X syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Rett syndrome, Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, Smith-Magenis syndrome, velocardiofacial syndrome, and Williams syndrome are also included. Patient-centered health outcomes (e.g., functional or symptomatic improvement) and intermediate outcomes (e.g., changes in clinical decisions or family reproductive decisions, the tests’ diagnostic accuracy and analytic validity) are examined.< Less
How Your Personality Type Is Inherited: The NPA Model of Genetic Traits By A.M. Benis, ScD, MD
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by A.M. Benis, ScD, MD. The purpose of this book is to allow you, the reader, to see how your personality type was inherited. Our premise is that everyone has several major personality traits... More > resulting from just a few genes, and that we can trace the traits in a family tree. By personality type, we mean that the traits assort themselves — one, two or three traits together. There are three basic traits and about a dozen common personality types. If you are not familiar with the NPA model, the introductory chapters will bring you up to speed quickly. Next, we present twenty “case studies” that illustrate how the personality traits are transmitted. Here, you will meet Giovanni and Pania, Bogdan and Lulu, as well as King Lucifer IV and his many mistresses. Each of the cases has an instructive element, and when you are through with the illustrations, you should be in good form to do your own analysis... of yourself, your family, your significant other, and even of children who are not yet born. 157 pp.< Less
Condensed Guide for the Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Intelligence Tests By Lewis M. (Lewis Madison) Terman
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Lewis Madison Terman (January 15, 1877 – December 21, 1956)... More > was an American psychologist, noted as a pioneer in educational psychology in the early 20th century at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. He is best known for his revision of the Stanford-Binet IQ test and for initiating the longitudinal study of children with high IQs called the Genetic Studies of Genius. He was a prominent eugenicist and was a member of the Human Betterment Foundation. He also served as president of the American Psychological Association. A Review of General Psychology survey, published in 2002, ranked Terman as the 72nd most cited psychologist of the 20th century, in a tie with G. Stanley Hall.Terman received a B.S., B.Pd. (Bachelor of Pedagogy), and B.A. from Central Normal College in 1894 and 1898, and a B.A. and M.A. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Terman< Less

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