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Challenges in Disclosure of Secondary Findings in Genomic Medicine in Rare Diseases: A Nationwide Survey of Japanese Institutions Contracting Comprehensive Genetic Testing – Journal of Human Genetics

Bertoli-Avella AM, Beetz C, Ameziane N, Rocha ME, Guatibonza P, Pereira C, et al. Successful application of genome sequencing in a diagnostic context: 1007 index cases from a clinically heterogeneous cohort. Eur J Hum Genet. 2021;29:141–53. Google Scholar article Ross JP, Dion PA, Roll GA. Exome sequencing in genetic diseases: recent advances and considerations. F1000Res. …

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Dépôts de graisse corporelle basés sur l'imagerie et fibrillation auriculaire d'apparition récente dans la population générale : une étude de cohorte prospective - BMC Medicine

Gender and Macroeconomic Differences and Trends in Teen Smoking First Attempts: Findings from 147 Countries – BMC Medicine

Table 1 presents the characteristics of the study participants. A total of 456,634 adolescents aged 12-16 from 147 countries in six WHO regions (Africa: 36; America: 27; South-East Asia: 10; Europe: 34; Eastern Mediterranean: 20; and Pacific Western: 20) were analyzed in this study. study, with sample sizes ranging from 442 in the Cook Islands …

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Big American Breakfast Food

Surprising research findings on big breakfasts, hunger and weight loss

New research reveals that people who eat their biggest meal in the morning don’t metabolize their food more efficiently. However, they are less hungry later in the day, which could help them in their weight loss efforts. Front-loading calories early in the day reduces hunger but does not affect weight loss. When it comes to …

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Big American Breakfast Food

Surprising research findings on big breakfasts, hunger and weight loss

New research reveals that people who eat their biggest meal in the morning don’t metabolize their food more efficiently. However, they are less hungry later in the day, which could help them in their weight loss efforts. Front-loading calories early in the day reduces hunger but does not affect weight loss. When it comes to …

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