Family history and environment of the residential area are responsible for the differences between individual immune systems, a study has found.
Research in Sweden published on Monday found family history an important factor in men developing various types of prostate cancer.
There have been a lot of risk factors like family history and lifestyle habits but a new study reveals that most cancers might be a case of random DNA mutations.
The findings showed that such children had a higher ratio of total cholesterol and were also at risk of cardiometabolic markers -- chances for having diabetes, heart disease or stroke.
Diabetes is one of the primary health problems in the world and in India, close to 67 million people are estimated to be affected by it. A range of factors are responsible for triggering the ...
Diabetes is one of the leading health issues around the world. According to the World Health Organization, close to 350 million people suffer from diabetes. Factors like genetic makeup, family history, lifestyle and diet may ...
Cancer is often caused by the "bad luck" of random mutations that arise when cells divide, not family history or environmental causes.