A new study has found that pirates who spend a night in a pirate’s dinner adventure are more likely to have a child with a genetic disorder, according to the researchers.
The study was conducted by researchers at The University of Toronto’s Osgoode Hall Law School, and was published in the journal Archives of General Psychiatry.
The research examined genetic variants found in a large number of pirates.
Pirate captains in the study, which included 823,879 people, had children of a particular type, which may or may not have a genetic condition.
The researchers then compared the genetic variants in the children to people who did not spend a single night in pirate’s meals, and found the more likely they were to have children with a child’s genetic disorder.
“The authors suggest that a more frequent occurrence of frequent pirate’s dinners is associated with a higher risk of a child having a genetic disease,” said the study’s lead author Dr. Laura Pimentel.
The authors added that the study was small and only looked at genetic variants.
But they did not rule out the possibility that the genetic variation was associated with other medical conditions.
Pirates are not immune to diseaseThe study authors wrote that their findings do not rule in or out the link between frequent pirate, or other, pirate’s, dinners and a child suffering from a genetic illness.
But, they concluded that the association “does not rule against the possibility” that frequent pirate meals could have a protective effect on the child.
The Pirate’s Dining Adventure is a popular attraction in Toronto, where it is one of several popular events in the city that feature pirates, a sea-based art form and a variety of entertainment.
Piracy is a global problem”In terms of a specific population, we know that there are several variants of the CYP2D19 gene that are associated with alcoholism and obesity.
There are also variants associated with some other illnesses that are known to affect the human genome.
So, we have a number of genetic variants that have been linked to alcohol and other health conditions.
In general, we do know that people who have a higher level of risk of having a particular genetic disorder are also more likely than the general population to have these genetic variants,” said Dr. Pimentoel.”
So we could hypothesize that having a high frequency of frequent night out with a particular pirate may be associated with increased risk of some other health problems.”
While the genetic variant identified in the survey may not be the cause of the genetic disorder in the child, she added, “We do know these variants may play a role in other diseases and illnesses that affect the body.
So if we have this high-risk variant in a child and we can detect it, it might be a sign of some genetic conditions, but it’s not necessarily a cause.”