Identical twins faint more often than non-identicals

Identical twins are nearly twice as likely to both faint compared to non identical twins.

A study has revealed that the complex causes of fainting are both genetic and environmental.

More information about the genetic and environmental mechanisms behind the condition will improve treatments for those who suffer frequent fainting attacks as well as improving diagnosis.

Read more at University of Melbourne

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