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family

n. 1) husband, wife and children. 2) all blood relations. 3) all who live in the same household including servants and relatives, with some person or persons directing this economic and social unit.

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"It's great to see family history continuing to be popular, and the extensive resources we have will help residents in their search to find out more about their ancestors."
Family history gathered after a child has already become obese or hypertensive cannot help the pediatrician counsel families on the risk of developing these diseases or the ways of preventing them.
Clinically relevant changes in family history of cancer over time.
Of the 1,026 women who underwent a first screening breast MRI in the study interval, 973 were screened for personal history and/or genetic or family history. These made up the study population.
Data Source: Retrospective review of 1,026 women who received a first screening breast MRI, of whom 973 were screened for genetic and family history of breast cancer.
Morin shares her own stories with her family, and says it has been a resource that brings the family history to life.
Moffitt indicates that health professionals have shied away from questioning people about their family history of mental illness because of the stigma attached to it.
n Paul Wilkins is a family historian and founder of Family History Detectives Next week: civil registration DETAILS: www.familyhistorydetectives.
In the event, Mr Tinniswood, who specialises in seventeenth-century history, here concentrates on one of the more exciting chapters in family history. The Verneys were settled in Buckinghamshire, at Claydon and created an enormous collection of family archives.
"Preserve Your Family History: A Step-by-Step Guide For Interviewing Family Members And Writing Oral Histories" by LeAnn R.
Noeline Kyle, Writing Family History Made Very Easy: a beginner's guide, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 2007, viii + 312 pages; ISBN 978 1 74175 062 1.
Occasionally, we see a patient with a family history of ovarian cancer who requests a test for cancer antigen 125.

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