At one point or another, we’ve all been memorized by a nice pair of blue or green eyes or those big almond dark brown eyes. What we don’t realize is that the color of our eyes say more than just our origins, or signifying certain specific beauty, even more than that there are some genetic traits. Each color will carry various different genetic traits.
Blue/ Green/ Gray >> uveal melanoma, cancer of the eye (2,500 ppl in US get it each year) // twice as likely to have age-related macular degeneration causing vision loss
Brown >> gives sense of trustworthy // less hearing loss in loud environment (than blue) bc have more melanin in their eyes and ears which protests from noise level increases // responds better to more rigid therapy treatments (vs. programs that changes as they go with their pace with light-eyes folks) // higher chance of getting vitiligo (loss of skin color in blotches) // researchers says with twice as likely chance of getting cataracts //Waardenburg Syndrome indicated if a blue ring around the mostly brown eyes - genetic disorder to lose pigment in hair, skin and eyes; possible to cause deafness and unique facial features - wide set eyes & wide nose bridge // tends to shine in sports dealing with reaction: boxing, hitting a ball, football defense // tend to show more distress during labor, woke from pain more, more pain during their movement, and more likely to be depressed from pain
Blue >> higher risk of getting type 1 diabetes // higher chance of becoming an addict to alcohol (study done 2015) // higher risk of developing deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE) - experts thinks genes that control eye color may be a direct link to the cause of DIE // tend to shine in sports as bowling, golfing, pitching baseball
All eye colors, should the size pupils be different size in the eyes, then it signifies that there’s and health issue: nervous system problem, stroke, or infection // pupil size has a direct correlation to intelligence - larger connects to brain better and works well.
Every one has their one genetic DNAs, and there is much to learn about them. As time goes on, more and more things will be revealed. What is important is that we keep learning about who we are - and it’s not just about the DNA test.