Genetic disorders are a growing list of conditions that affect your health.
The list has grown since a 2009 list compiled by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
The National Institute on Aging lists over 50 genetic conditions that are not curable with medications and the Mayo Clinic says there are over 300 genetic conditions with no known treatments.
Here’s a look at some of the more common genetic disorders.
Genetic disorders can be inherited, or caused by, one or more genes.
Genetic disorders also have other causes.
Some genetic conditions are hereditary.
Some diseases are more common in people of certain races.
There are a lot of genes that can be linked to genetic disorders, so it’s important to know which ones to look for and to keep track of your genetic information.
Genetics are the cells and genes that control how our body works.
Genes make up about one-third of all DNA.
Genes can be changed by genetic mutations, which are the “good” mutations that occur during an individual’s life.
Some of these changes happen as a result of our genes working differently.
These changes can be harmful.
Some genetic disorders are caused by inherited disorders, while others are caused or exacerbated by environmental factors.
Genetics can also cause conditions such as Down syndrome or Huntington’s disease.
Many people with genetic disorders may not be aware of the risk of their condition.
Genetic conditions that can cause problems include:The National Institutes of Health has a list of genetic disorders and links to resources.
The National Institutes has compiled a comprehensive list of genes and disorders that affect health.
Genetically modified foods have been a growing health concern in recent years, and the FDA has said it will regulate the ingredients of some foods to protect consumers.
Here’s what you need to know about GMOs.
The FDA will regulate ingredients of food to protect health.
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