Discuss what would make an individual more susceptible to the condition – diet, environment, stress, epigenetics, etc.

The research paper should be a minimum of 5 pages in length with at least 5 references, other than the textbook. Font should be 12 Arial or Times New Roman, margins top/bottom, left/right 1 inch. Paper should be double spaced. Do not add extra spaces between paragraphs and subtitles. References should be used within the document using APA format.The subtitles listed in the grading rubric must be included as subtitles in the research paper, in the same order. A brief explanation of the content in each subtopic is included below.Introduction regarding your chosen genetic condition (this should include a photograph of the genetic condition)History of the condition (how was the condition originally diagnosed, original symptoms, sequence of events leading up to discovery)Historical significance (importance in history, current society, familial patterns, etc.)Genetic background (pedigree analysis, dominant or recessive, autosomal and/or sex linked or influenced, etc.)Habitat and Niche (does this condition appear in certain societies, locations, living conditions, etc)Predisposition (what would make an individual more susceptible to the condition – diet, environment, stress, epigenetics, etc.)Pathogenicity and epidemiology (symptoms associated with condition, carrier potential, diagnosis, testing procedures, the disease process, method of transmission)Conclusion (including personal reflection) (why did you choose this topic, what surprised you during your research, final comments on genetic condition)