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Axia College Material Appendix H Family Medical Tree To create a medical family tree, access the Web site located at https://familyhistory.hhs.gov/fhh- web/home.action .Next, click on the Create a Family History button to complete the medical family tree by entering your information into the boxes. After creating your medical family tree, answer the following questions: 1. Why is it important to know your family medical history? It is important to know your family history because you might have some illnesses that run in your blood and you don’t know it say for instance your grandmother had a bad heart and so di one of your uncles on your moms side but your mom was perfectly fine but you might have or your brother or sister might have what your grandmother and uncle may had. It is good to know because a doctor can take a look and might can find early
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Unformatted text preview: detection before it gets risky and also to see if you at a higher risk for some diseases. 2. Does knowing your family history make you more aware of personal risk factors? Yes in fact as you get a little older you would want to do a family tree because it can help detect early warning signs by your doctor. 3. How might being aware of your medical family history help you? Well everyone that I know about in my family is heathy and we die of natural causes or accidents or murdered in cold blood on my moms side and also my dads we have family living all around SCI/162 the world literally and no one that talks to the family has any complications that they are telling people about to say the least. SCI/162...
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