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At Human Longevity, our team of clinical and scientific experts integrate health data to generate a complete picture of individual health – what we call “health intelligence”. Below, see what we’re learning about the new frontier of genomics and technology driven healthcare to impact you.

Research has shown that family history is a risk factor for many diseases. Tracing the health issues that have affected your relatives can tell us what conditions you may have a higher chance to develop in your lifetime.

X-linked recessive inheritance means the disease happens when a variant occurs in a gene located on the X chromosome.  Because men only have one X chromosome, they will likely show symptoms of the disease if they have an X-linked gene variant.

Genetic diseases are unique from other medical conditions because they have the potential to affect more than one family member. 

Many genetic diseases are caused by changes or “variants” in a single gene. A variant can alter gene function or expression.  Whether or not people show signs of a genetic disease depends on how the disease is inherited.

New guidelines proposed by scientists and published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association on new definitions of Alzheimer’s disease.

In a new study released today in the journal Science, researchers from UCSD, Human Longevity, Inc. and other partner organizations reveal a significant discovery: rare variants passed through fathers contribute to autism.

Part of what makes you unique are the genes that make up your genome. Usinge Whole Genome Sequencing, we are able to read through your DNA and the coding it provides for your genes.

During your visit, you will encounter a team of experts who are there to answer your questions and guide your experience.

Episode one of "The Code" – tells the story of the sequencing of the human genome and its impact on health and medicine debuts, along with our partner STAT.

Following your visit to the Health Nucleus, our team of clinicians, scientists and bioinformaticians will partner to develop an integrated health report specifically tailored to you.

We are all made up of trillions of cells. Tightly coiled within each cell is your biological instruction manual called deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA.