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Asthma Genetics Syndrome High Impact Factor Journals

Asthma genetics syndrome is genetic. Some researchers describe it as a “highly heritable disease.” consistent with a 2014 review study, genetic factors account for around 70 percent of an individual's risk of developing asthma, meaning that genes play a large role in whether or not a person develops the condition. Asthma is not contagious. While its causes are still unknown, researchers have determined that asthma are often caused by both hereditary (inherited) and environmental factors. Just because you have a parent with asthma (or an allergy) doesn't mean you'll have it too. But you would possibly inherit the tendency to develop asthma. Asthma and allergy are complex genetic disorders that do not conform to a simple Mendelian pattern of inheritance. Like atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, and the major psychoses, these complex genetic disorders are common and contribute the major burden of illness in western populations. Asthma often runs within the family, although not everyone within the family will have it. Many people with asthma can also have hay-fever or eczema, and a case history of those conditions, and a toddler is more likely to possess asthma if these other conditions run in the family. Journal of Asthma, Journal of Asthma and Allergy, Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology are High Impact factor Journals. 

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