The Human Genome Project is an international research project, funded by the U.S. Congress in 1988 and completed in 2003, that has mapped all of the approximately:

Question 1

The Human Genome Project is an international research project, funded by the U.S. Congress in 1988 and completed in 2003, that has mapped all of the approximately:

25,000 genes in the human DNA

2, 500 genes in the human DNA

32,000 genes in human DNA

15,000 genes in the human DNA

Question 2

Among the Latino population in the United States, Latinos: (Select all that apply)

a. have a higher prevalence of diabetes than that of the general population

b. in migrant farmworker families have a lifestyle that makes it difficult to obtain proper nutrition, adhere to weight control measures, and procure continuity of health care and medication administration necessary for good diabetes control.

c. have higher rates of end-stage complications

d. have a record of better diabetes control that that of the general population

Question 3

Depression and stress are areas of concern among adult migrants.  This may be related to: (Select all that apply)