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Heredity or Environment, Which affects a person more?

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 5 years ago

    Hello mjboomer,

    The videos you included in your hub are particularly interesting with respect to the subjects of obesity in the U.S. and also about Downs Syndrome. Good job! Thanks!

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 4 years ago

    Thanks for writing a hub on this subject.

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 4 years ago

    I believe that you are correct in that both are important but often the environment has a huge impact beyond physical characteristics or inherited genetic traits.

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 4 years ago

    I believe you are correct. We cannot do much about the genetic makeup of what we have inherited except to be aware of certain risk factors & deal with them as best we can by lifestyle. As to environment, as adults we can work to make changes.

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 5 years ago

    I have often thought it interesting the studies that have been done on identical twins separated at birth & reared apart...just how similar they are in the things that they choose to do & how they live.

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