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have equal chances inheriting the “blue-yellow” color blindness gene due to not being inherited through the X chromosome (2019). Other diseases, medicines, and head injuries (i.e., eye and/or brain) can result in forms of color blindness too (National Eye Institute, 2019). As of right now, there are no treatments to color blindness except learning how to live with the condition and if you are diagnosed at birth you know no other way of life (Mayo Clinic, 2019). I have seen videos about special eyeglasses to help with colorblindness, I wonder if they really work! References Mayo Clinic. (2019, December 28). Color Blindness. Retrieved June 23, 2020, from - 20354988
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National Eye Institute. (2019, June 26). Causes of Color Blindness. Retrieved June 23, 2020, from - blindness/causes-color-blindness Response to Coralis: Hi Coralis, When explaining the symptoms of hypertension as the polygenic disease you chose, do these symptoms worsen between primary and secondary hypertension? You explained that some symptoms in general are “headaches, shortness of breath, or nosebleeds” can be more than one symptom occur when the person is diagnosed with this disease? You also mentioned that “most
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