Is Racism Modifying our Genes?

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Dr. Darvish explores racism and chronic stress as epigenetic modifiers of gene expression, impacting health, disease risks, mental and emotional wellbeing transgenerationally. Research discussed points to specific lifestyle practices to heal and repair the damages to our DNA resulting from inherited and experienced epigenetics.

Dr. Nooshin K. Darvish is a Washington board-licensed Naturopathic Doctor, certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine with a Fellowship in Integrative Cancer Therapies. She is the founder and Chief Medical Officer of Holistique Naturopathic Medical Center and Holistique IV Lounge. A 1995 graduate, former Chief Resident, and an Affiliate Faculty of Bastyr University, with more than 25 years of clinical practice, Dr. Darvish practices Regenerative, Naturopathic, and Integrative medicine with a passion to assist patients in their transformation towards physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. As a physician, writer, educator, lecturer, and speaker, her mission is to inspire others to become 'agents of transformation'.

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