"Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education."

By Elyssa Gray, genetic counseling student While families are gathering for the holidays, the Surgeon General encourages Americans to discuss and share information about their health. A detailed family health history is an invaluable tool to share with your provider and can be used to take control of your healthcare. This history can identify health concerns that you are at a higher risk for, and... Continue Reading

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