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Some smokers are genetically predisposed to have difficulty quitting. Scientists at the Keio University in Japan have found that smokers with a specific genotype, CYP2A6del (deletion) find it hardest to give up smoking. CYP2A6 is the gene responsible for metabolising nicotine. People with the ...
Originally posted by ezziboo
For instance, the presence of the JAK2 gene in my body is one reason why I have developed rheumatoid arthritis...but, other risk factors come into play with RA, such as me being a smoker since the age of 17 and being female, so who knows...maybe if I never started smoking and was somehow able to change my sex, I'd be able to type faster than I do now.
[edit on 24-5-2008 by ezziboo]
Originally posted by theendisnear69
I believe that there is a conspracy to make people think they don't have a choice, and should just fall in line and do as their told. We are playing right into their hands.
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