Volume 30, Issue 183 (4-2020)                   J Mazandaran Univ Med Sci 2020, 30(183): 73-83 | Back to browse issues page

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Mohammadi Lainee M B, Darabinia M, Hashemi Soteh S M B. Healthy Generation Components on Acquisition, Application, and Transferring Values to Next Generations According to Islamic Views and Genetics. J Mazandaran Univ Med Sci. 2020; 30 (183) :73-83
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Background and purpose: Generational health analysis on the acquisition, application, and transfer of intergenerational values is an important issue from the perspective of religion and genetics. Healthy generation means generational solidarity and lack of disruption or crisis in generations despite generational differences. The purpose of this study was to identify the common points and solutions about healthy generation in religion and genetics.
Materials and methods: This qualitative content analysis was done by studying documents. First, to find research concepts (data), religious and scientific texts were searched using the following keywords: generation, uterus, coupling, inheritance, nature, gene, genetics, and epigenetics. Data was then processed according to scientific and religious fields and analyzed on the basis of valid interpretative theories and empirical studies.
Results: The creation of generation is a continuous, regular, and formative process that begins before selecting the spouse and continues until late adulthood. Religious propositions and genetic findings are similar despite having their own arguments. The study found that parental traits are transmitted through genes, but, education and behavioral patterns play significant roles in generational health.
Conclusion: Specific training styles with emphasis on five stages of human life (1- pre-spouse selection, 2- spouse selection, 3- before sperm coagulation, 4- embryonic and pregnancy periods, 5- childhood to adulthood) are effective in generating health and excellence and minimizing the role of abnormal genome, and should be considered in intergenerational education.
 
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