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Prenatal gene switches helped determine your height and hair color, but they could also determine how your illnesses are treated. 
Researchers hope the discoveries, described in two dozen papers released on Wednesday, will eventually lead to a deeper understanding of diseases and new ways to treat or cure them.
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Several background clues can help you determine how Naoma Hollingworth and Clela Jorgensen were enjoying their day back in 1947. Where had they been? What were they doing? Caption this photo! http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2phfq
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What is hinting and why does it matter?
Hinting is when the computer looks at the information in your family tree and compares it to the information in the http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2p9u2 database—more than three billion records! When the system finds a record that matches most or all of the information about an ancestor in your tree, it is posted as a hint to new information about that person.
Now, how does the computer know that a record is related to one of your ancestors? You guessed it—it’s because someone took the time to index that record! Thanks to all of the indexers for making millions of records available! 
FamilySearch researchers are constantly looking for ways to improve the efficiency of the indexing process, and they are also discovering ways to make better use of indexing work that has already b...
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Karl Pederson and Margaret A. A. Goodmanson Pederson with their 1947 tulip harvest. What spring blooms are you anticipating in your garden? http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2om9s
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"This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it." —Ralph Waldo Emerson
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He is on my tree… somewhere.
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"Looking back prepares us to go forward." —Bradley Foster
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How very true this is! Very inspirational thought!
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Find Stories of Women Relatives with Inspiration from Fearless Females http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2pdkc
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This little primer belonged to Nettie J. Rumbaugh. The lessons were suitable for Kindergarten and First Grade children and were themed from the four seasons. What book do you remember reading in grade school? http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2ozje
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What family #heirlooms will you pass on to your children? 
More than a century ago, near Comfort, John Robert Philyaw wrote his name in his Bible.
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A million dollar car. a home I just paid for when I was able three
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daughter's grand kids could spend.the dollar is domed. I Like money I
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Relax, focus on the target, and follow through. What other tips do you think Malinda “Lynda” Elkinton Haines would have for archers who want to be just like her? Caption this photo. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2o1tj
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Back when “horse power” took you places! Sure gives a different perspective on the question “What was your first car?” #ThrowbackThursday
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