Is My Variant Good or Bad?

A variant is often linked to a higher risk of one health condition but a lower risk of another condition. 

For this reason, you should observe each variant relative to a specific trait or condition (e.g., weight, blood pressure). Also, keep in mind that most variants are only associated with health conditions. 

This means they don’t necessarily cause or contribute to any health condition. Therefore, they shouldn’t be considered “bad” or “good” in terms of how they impact your health.

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