Family Medical History

Nov 21, 2017

Thanksgiving is the most remarkable holiday on our annual calendar. It is the one holiday that celebrates the unity of all Americans irrespective of race, creed, religion or gender orientation. For one day a year, we are all Americans celebrating the uniqueness of our country and all it offers to each of us and our families. The Surgeon General of the United States, since 2004, has declared Thanksgiving Day is to be National Family Health History Day. The idea of increasing family awareness of the power of family health history as a screening tool is a terrific idea. In fact, we...

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Filed Under: changes in healthcare, family medical history, genetics