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Journal de la grossesse et de la santé infantile

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Genetics and Child Health: Unravelling the Code of Well-being

Jimmy Watson

Genetics plays a pivotal role in shaping the health and well-being of children, influencing everything from physical
traits to susceptibility to diseases. This abstract provides an overview of the intricate relationship between genetics
and child health, examining the impact of genetic factors on various aspects of a child's life. From the blueprint of life
encoded in DNA to the influence on physical development, pediatric diseases, and pharmacogenetics, we explore
how genetics informs early interventions and personalized medicine. Newborn screening, genetic counselling, and
the ethical considerations surrounding genetic privacy are also discussed. Looking toward the future, advances in
genomic medicine and technological innovations hold promise for further understanding and enhancing the health
of children through precision medicine. This abstract underscores the significance of recognizing and leveraging
genetic insights to nurture the well-being of the next generation