As caregiver to my husbands mother (1999-2004) with Alzheimer’s Dementia I was at the beginning of my journey with iron overload. I guess you could say I was pretty self absorbed with my own health especially since I had also been diagnosed with breast cancer (stage 0- non invasive). When my mother in law in […]Read More HEMOCHROMATOSIS IN ITALY
Hemochromatosis is a condition in which there is too much iron in the body. It is also called iron overload. Causes Hemochromatosis may be a genetic disorder passed down through families. • People with this type absorb too much iron through their digestive tract. Iron builds up in the body. The liver, heart, and pancreas […]Read More HEMOCHROMATOSIS (from Medline)
Family want to raise Hemochromatosis awareness. Great article. Hope it works! In my birth family a few more generations will die from Hemochromatosis. They think I’m actually faking it. There is even a family nurse who has stated HH is psychiatric. My […]Read More FAMILY RAISES AWARENESS OF HEMOCHROMATOSIS
23andme Can finally give consumers answers to genetic information on potential health issues. Any one interested in finding if they carry a genetic link for Alzheimer’s must specifically request the results. The price of testing has gone from $99 and $199 to $199 for all testing done.Read More 23andme me returns !
http://rickssnp.weebly.com/23andme-results-reader.html Here is the personal website of a Facebook friend which offers a great explanation on how to decode the mysterious report you may have received in you genetic testing results from 23andme.com. Rick’s site also offers valuable advice on Hemochromatosis. The 23andme.com site offers ancestry information along with genetic testing. Many other websites offer […]Read More 23andme How to DECODE YOUR RESULTS.