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Magnitude: 2.5
Frequency: 8.8%
References:37
Probability:25%
CYP1A2 slow caffeine metabolizer. More strongly affected by drinking coffee, because caffeine is broken down slower in your liver. Supposedly this increases risk of heart attacks, although other studies show caffeine is generally good for your heart. This also makes caffeine more effective at preventing Breast Cancer, Alzheimer's Disease, and Parkinson's disease. But too much caffeine will shrink your breasts.
Magnitude: 2.1
References:3
Probability:50%
carrier for a mild form of hemochromatosis
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 1.8%
References:17
Probability:25%
~4x higher risk for hyperuracemia
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 8.3%
References:18
Probability:25%
1.6x risk
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 15.2%
References:11
Probability:25%
rs3738401(A;A) and rs751229(G;G) together indicate homozygosity for the HEP3 haplotype of DISC1.
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 18.6%
References:1
Probability:25%
curlier hair
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 20.4%
Repute:bad
References:23
Probability:25%
Increased risk of Nicotine dependence among males
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 22.1%
References:0
Probability:25%
Late riser. Wakes up 1 hour later than those with AA genotype. Research also suggests, then you while most people are more likely to die shortly before 11am, you are more likely to die later in the day. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/11/you-are-most-likely-to-die-at-11-am/265427/
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 24.8%
References:1
Probability:25%
straighter hair
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 28.3%
References:0
Probability:25%
Early riser. Wakes up 1 hour earlier than those with GG genotype. Research also suggests, then you are also more likely to die on a morning, shortly before 11am. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/11/you-are-most-likely-to-die-at-11-am/265427/
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 30.1%
References:17
Lower HDL cholesterol in women and late-onset Type-2 diabetes
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 32.8%
References:1
Probability:50%
straighter hair
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 35.2%
References:1
Probability:50%
straighter hair
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 35.4%
References:5
Probability:50%
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 37.5%
References:1
Probability:50%
curlier hair
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 39.8%
References:6
Probability:50%
Normal (higher) risk of ADHD symptoms. This is one normal and one rare form of the CLOCK gene. In addition to possibly affecting evening preference, it has been linked to normal Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder symptom scores.
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 40.7%
References:28
Probability:25%
Shorter QT interval
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 40.7%
References:52
Probability:50%
reduced warfarin dose if treated for VTE
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 43.1%
References:12
Probability:50%
CYP2C19*17 ultra fast metabolizer; drug metabolism effects; also 0.77x decreased breast cancer risk
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 46.8%
References:5
Probability:25%
Normal genotype. slightly higher odds of cannabis dependence
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 46.9%
References:4
Probability:50%
1.45 ng/mL lower Vitamin B6 blood concentration
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 53.1%
References:8
Probability:25%
lower HDL cholesterol
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 53.1%
References:37
Probability:25%
Fast Caffeine Metabolizer. Like the majority of people, caffeine is broken down faster in your liver, so it has less effect on you. Supposedly this decreases heart attack risk, although other studies show caffeine is generally good for the heart. Caffeine will be less effective at preventing Breast Cancer, Alzheimer's Disease, and Parkinson's disease. Caffeine will not make your breasts smaller.
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 60.2%
References:13
Probability:25%
~4x higher risk for hyperuracemia
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 60.7%
References:49
Probability:50%
lower warfarin dosing
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 61.9%
References:32
Probability:25%
blue eye color, 99% of the time
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 75.9%
References:11
Probability:50%
Wet earwax. Normal body odour. Normal colostrum. This is normal for non-Asians. It makes ear-wax wet, sticky, and honey-coloured. It also produces colostrum for breast feeding. People with this gene need to use deodorant to avoid smelling bad, unlike some Asians.
Magnitude: 2
References:6
Probability:25%
increased susceptibility to novelty seeking
Magnitude: 2
References:10
Probability:25%
frontal brain having to working harder during a working memory task. higher scores of neuroticism and lower scores of conscientiousness hyperactivations in areas associated with elaborate episodic memory encoding and retrieval strategies.
Magnitude: 2
Frequency: 57.8%
References:3
ambig
Probability:50%
straighter hair
Magnitude: 2
References:5
ambig
Probability:25%
Homozygous for CYP2D6 variants (non-CYP2D6*1)
Magnitude: 1.8
Frequency: 53.6%
References:6
Normal risk of Basal Cell Carcinoma. Normal risk for this kind of skin cancer.
Magnitude: 1.6
References:2
1.6x increased risk for breast cancer in females over 60
Magnitude: 1.5
Frequency: 5.3%
References:20
Probability:25%
Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin levels are 0.4 standard deviations higher
Magnitude: 1.5
Frequency: 18.6%
References:1
Probability:25%
more able to detect β-ionone (floral) fragrance
Magnitude: 1.5
Frequency: 18.8%
References:35
Probability:25%
ex-smokers at 2x higher risk for COPD; supplement with Vitamin D?
Magnitude: 1.5
Frequency: 41.6%
References:1
Probability:25%
less able to detect β-ionone (floral) fragrance
Magnitude: 1.5
Frequency: 48.7%
References:2
Probability:50%
least likely to be able to smell asparagus metabolites in urine
Magnitude: 1.5
Frequency: 50.4%
References:1
Probability:50%
increased risk of schizophrenia in limited study
Magnitude: 1.5
References:64
Probability:50%
Magnitude: 1.3
Frequency: 45.1%
References:0
1.3x higher risk for schizophrenia (among Han Chinese)
Magnitude: 1.3
Frequency: 48.2%
References:6
Probability:50%
1.3x increased risk for preeclampsia in most populations Note that this is relevant to the fetal genotype, not the maternal genotype
Magnitude: 1.25
Frequency: 23.2%
References:5
Probability:50%
0.76x decreased risk for ovarian cancer
Magnitude: 1.2
Frequency: 15.9%
References:2
Probability:25%
For type-1 diabetics, 1.6x increased nephropathy risk
Magnitude: 1.2
Frequency: 19.5%
References:7
Probability:25%
1.2x higher risk for migraines
Magnitude: 1.2
Frequency: 24.6%
References:6
Probability:50%
harmless ancestral galactosemia variant carrier This variant is evolutionarily ancestral, and in vitro studies fail to support an impact of this variant on enzyme activity.
Magnitude: 1.1
Frequency: 4.4%
References:8
Probability:25%
Increased extra-pyramidal symptom risk as a result of risperidone treatment in a study of 321 psychiatric inpatients. Possibly less 'Insistence on Sameness' in ADI-R test.
Magnitude: 1.1
Frequency: 10.6%
References:6
Probability:25%
risk genotype
Magnitude: 1.1
Frequency: 38.9%
References:2
Probability:50%
1.18x higher risk for breast cancer
Magnitude: 1.1
Frequency: 45.1%
References:79
complex! see rs4880
Magnitude: 1.1
Frequency: 46.0%
References:2
The (A;G) genotype averages 2.8 PIQ points higher than the (G;G), but averages 2.84 PIQ points lower than (A;A) genotype
Magnitude: 1.05
Frequency: 43.8%
References:12
Probability:50%
Normal C-Reactive Protein levels. Very slight (x1.05) increase in overall risk for cancers. This causes a median hsCRP Level of 1.88 mg/L in women. Strangely this was associated with a slightly higher overall cancer risk (in Finnish people).
Magnitude: 1
Frequency: 5.3%
References:1
Probability:50%
carrier of a benign change
Magnitude: 1
Frequency: 17.7%
References:2
Probability:50%
Normal risk of testicular cancer.
Magnitude: 1
Frequency: 20.4%
References:1
ancestral Neanderthal allele (heterozygote)
Magnitude: 1
Frequency: 36.3%
References:4
Probability:50%
normal Eosinophilic esophagitis (EE) is an emerging worldwide disease, as documented by recent case series from Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Japan, England, and the US (1–4). Of concern, EE appears to be a growing health problem with an annual incidence of at least 1 in 10,000 children (5). The primary symptoms of EE (chest and abdominal pain, dysphagia, heartburn, vomiting, and food impaction) are also observed in patients with chronic esophagitis (CE) including gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) (6–8). However, in contrast to GERD, EE occurs more frequently in males (80%), appears to have a common familial form, has a high rate of associated atopic disease (70%), and is typically associated with a normal pH probe recording of the esophagus (5, 9, 10) In the 3? untrans...
Magnitude: 1
Frequency: 49.2%
References:0
Probability:50%
normal autism risk
Magnitude: 1
Frequency: 67.3%
References:8
Probability:25%
Possibly more 'Insistence on Sameness' on ADI-R test.Possibly increased FTND nicotine dependence.[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22309839?dopt=Abstract
Magnitude: 1
References:13
Probability:50%
Carrier for rs6994992(T;T) which one report has associated with both creativity and schizophrenia
Magnitude: 1
References:0
Probability:50%
Less likely to think cilantro tastes like soap


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