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ron has a family history of high blood pressure. he has studied the causes, signs, and possible outcomes of the disease. what kind of strategy has he used to improve his health

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

Direct DNA sequencing examines the direct base pair sequence of a gene for specific gene mutations. Some genes contain more than 100,000 bases and a mutation of any one base can make the gene nonfunctional and cause disease. The more mutations possible, the less likely it is for a test to detect all of them. This test usually is done on white blood cells from a person's blood but also can be performed on other tissues. There are different ways in which to perform direct DNA mutation analysis. When the specific genetic mutation is known, it is possible to perform a complete analysis of the genetic code, also called direct sequencing. There are several different lab techniques used to test for a direct mutation. One common approach begins by using chemicals to separate DNA from the rest of the cell. Next, the two strands of DNA are separated by heating. Special enzymes (called restriction enzymes) are added to the single strands of DNA and then act like scissors, cutting the strands in specific places. The DNA fragments are then sorted by size through a process called electrophoresis. A special piece of DNA, called a probe, is added to the fragments. The probe is designed to bind to specific mutated portions of the gene. When bound to the probe, the mutated portions appear on x-ray film with a distinct banding pattern.

Based on similar insights in a number of fields, including philosophy, law, and epidemiology, scholars have in recent years proposed models of jointly sufficient causation to show how multiple causes can be responsible for one outcome. It has become common with the help of such models to express causation in terms of probability: when just one factor, such as smoking, is known to have a probable influence on an effect, any impression of sufficient causation can be avoided by simply saying that smoking ?promotes? lung cancer. Probability modeling can be seen as a strategy for simplifying complex situations, just as models in mechanics involve simplifications like objects falling in a vacuum or sliding down a frictionless plane.

Presymptomatic testing (that is, testing a healthy person before symptoms appear) may be considered for a genetic disorder for which there is a family history. The decision to undergo this type of testing is not usually straightforward and should always be accompanied by genetic counseling. There are a number of considerations to take into account when deciding whether to proceed with testing. The first is the usefulness of the information. How will knowing the genetic information benefit the person? Testing is more favorable when preventive treatment is available, when results might have a significant impact upon life decisions, such as having children or getting married, or if it will ease extreme anxiety to learn one's genetic status. If no treatment is available, as in the case of Huntington's disease and other triplet repeat diseases, the information may be of less benefit. In some cases it may even be psychologically harmful.

Carrier identification is the term for genetic testing to determine whether a healthy individual has a gene that may cause disease if passed on to his or her offspring. It is usually performed on people considered to be at higher than average risk, such as those of Ashkenazi Jewish descent, who have a 1 in 27 chance of being Tay-Sachs carriers (in other populations the risk is 1 out of 250), according to the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association (2007, http://www.tay-sachs.org/taysachs.php). Testing is necessary because many carriers have just one copy of a gene for an autosomal recessive trait and are unaffected by the trait or disorder. Only someone with two copies of the gene will actually have the disorder. So while it is widely assumed that everyone is an unaffected carrier of at least one autosomal recessive gene, it only presents a problem in terms of inheritance when two parents have the same recessive disorder gene (or both are carriers). In this instance the offspring would each have a one in four chance of receiving a defective copy of the gene from each parent and developing the disorder. Figure 6.1 shows the pattern of inheritance of an autosomal recessive disorder.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

Ron exhibits a family history of high blood pressure. He has examined the signs, causes, and probable outcomes of the condition. This shows that he has enhanced his knowledge to make his health better. Thus, in order to prevent the condition, which is hereditary in nature, he would have been following some changes in his lifestyle. This might be as follows:  

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

Ron exhibits a family history of high blood pressure. He has examined the signs, causes, and probable outcomes of the condition. This shows that he has enhanced his knowledge to make his health better. Thus, in order to prevent the condition, which is hereditary in nature, he would have been following some changes in his lifestyle. This might be as follows:  

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

Drea has never had alcohol, but she believes her friends when they tell her that almost everybody at their school drinks on a regular basis. in reality, very few students at the school drink alcohol. which statement best describes what is occurring in this situation? a. peers are influencing what drea thinks of as normal behavior. b. peers are pressuring drea to drink. c. drea is not really influenced by what her peers think. d. drea is giving in to peer pressure.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

There is not much one can do to when it comes to genetics. But what can be helpful is awareness. Ron has read and informed himself on all the causes and symptoms as well as what can be done in order to prevent the development of genetically predisposed diseases.

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