Do You Know Your Family Health History?

Create a Family Medical History

Your family medical history should include as much information as you have access to, such as your siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins, niecesĀ and nephews, etc. on both sides. Some of the information you will want to know are as follows: Continue reading “Do You Know Your Family Health History?” »

What DNA Reveals About You

Today we use DNA tests to tell us just about anything, It can help exonerate an innocent man sitting on death row, as well as help a woman determine the father of her child. Continue reading “What DNA Reveals About You” »

Easy Ways to Learn More About Your Family Health History & Genetic Background

You may have heard that October is Family History Month!

In addition to celebrating your family’s social heritage, this is a great time to learn even more about your genetic background. After all, your genes and family health history play a part in your propensity for several diseases, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, colorectal cancer, high cholesterol, andĀ prostate cancer.

Today, we’re sharing easy ways you can learn more about your family history and genetic background.

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Using Your Family Health History To Determine Your Fitness Routine

At ARCpoint Labs, we embrace the idea that your personal health is in your hands. While there are obviously factors beyond your control that affect your wellness, including hereditary or otherwise unplanned illnesses, you still have control over how you react to these factors and how you change your lifestyle to improve your health.

Today, we’re sharing how you can use your family health history to create a proper fitness routine that addresses your primary health risks.

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