Family history (medicine)
... In medicine , a family
history consists of information about disorders ... very little of the medical history of the family
, but the medical history could be considered a ...  many doctors glean information on family
morbidity of particular diseases (e.g. ...
... diet , medications , tobacco , alcohol ).
history (FH): listing of diseases in the family
that may impact the patient. A family
tree is sometimes used.
Review of systems ...
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... by this method 
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... are most common in children between 6 and 18 months and usually not present after 5 years of age. They are unusual before 6 months of age. A positive family
history can be elicited in 25% of cases. It is often confused with epilepsy .
There are two types of breath holding spells. Cyanotic ...
... girls after exposure to television (Becker, 2004). Another example is schizophrenia , the risk for which may be considerably reduced in a healthy family
environment (Tienari et al, 2004).
Secondly, it is argued that this augmented understanding of aetiology will lead to better remediation and ...
Personalized medicine aims to identify these families at risk for cancer , heart disease , diabetes , etc. Once identified by simple family
history including a 3 generation pedigree or advanced genetic testing, the person could take preventative action. This might include changes in diet, ...
... telephone advice. Telephone management has always comprised a large percentage of several physicians' practices – pediatrics, Women’s Health and family
In the 1970’s, several health maintenance organizations began utilizing nurses to give telephone advice -- in the role that ...
... that there is an increased chance of developing a Bipolar Disorder when either a general mood disorder or a specific Bipolar disorder is present in family
members. Further research is being conducted to discriminate any environmental factors that may also play a role in onset and severity of Bipolar ...