The genetics of nearsightedness, stretch marks, and motion sickness

What do nearsightedness, stretch marks, and motion sickness have to do with each other? They don’t appear to be genetically related — at least not according to our in-house statistical geneticists — but all of them are relatively common and annoying. These three conditions are also making 23andMe scientists happy since all of them are hot on the research wagon!

Scientists at 23andMe are gearing up for the annual American Society of Human Genetics
(ASHG) meeting and will be presenting on all of these topics.

View the original article here: The Genetics of Nearsightedness, Stretch Marks, and Motion Sickness

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