Monthly Archives June 2018

Men from Mars vs. Women from Venus: The gender gap in health

Men from Mars vs. Women from Venus: The gender gap in health Research studies show that women live longer than men. In general, men are more muscular than women. Comparatively, women spend their lives in unhealthier conditions than men. Thus, they carry a heavier disease burden. Genetics Both men and women have 23 pairs of chromosomes, which carry the body’s 20,000 to 25,000 genes. All chromosomes in both sexes are the same with the exception of the last chromosome. For the 23rd chromosome, also known as sex chromosome, women have two X chromosomes whereas men have X and Y chromosomes.
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Undernourished mom

Undernourished mom   Women who are undernourished during pregnancy are more likely to have babies with intrauterine growth retardation and low birth-weights. Moreover if they are suffering from some health condition, their babies are also likely to suffer. Early information and timely prevention programs from Advanced Genomics can help them to become healthy.
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Prevention Programs for Seniors

Prevention Programs for seniors The elderly are more sensitive because of deterioration in physiologic, biochemical, immunologic, and homeostatic parameters, which affect their ability to defend against environmental stresses. Identify and avoid potential risk factors for diseases such as arthritis, alzheimer’s, cancer, dementia, depression, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, hypertension, obesity, osteoporosis, and indigestion.
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Prevention Programs for Teens

Prevention Programs for Teens Research studies show that the root cause of most of the ailments can now be found during adolescent years. These diseases include cardiovascular problems, blood sugar imbalance, hypertension, arthritis, osteoporosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, and mental issues. If parents are suffering from any of these health conditions, teens have a chance to develop them as well. Research shows that unlike most adults, adolescents could develop these cardiovascular problems silently without evident symptoms. A study conducted by British Columbia Children’s hospital showed how blood pressure and cholesterol readings failed to indicate future cardio-vascular diseases. Alcoholism and substance abuse
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Advanced Genomics Health Solutions

We offer complete health problem solutions from consultancy services to health risk assessment for chronic conditions. Our experts design unique prevention programs by evaluating lab test values and individual genetic variations within your genome and assessing health by taking into consideration an individual’s family history, environmental influences, nutrition and lifestyle choices. Let us focus on your health so that you can focus on your life, career and relationships at advanced Genomics, we totally focus on your health by offering unique 52 weeks personalized prevention program. Each visit is 20-40 minutes of the time. We encourage you to ask questions required
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Prevention Programs for Kids

  Prevention Programs for Kids Genetic variations that kids inherit from their parents can highly impact their genetic coding. If the parents are suffering from any of the health conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, thyroid, skin, heart, liver, lungs, kidney disease, hormones and blood sugar imbalance, stress, asthma, allergies, arthritis or cancer, kids may acquire them as well. Research studies have shown that 50% of intelligence is developed by the age of four and rest of the 50% by the age of 18. Average newborn has 287 chemicals in his or her umbilical cord blood out of which
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