EDIT: I did listen to one lecture per day, or at least part of each one. Genetics and Epigenetics since it became a thing have been an interest of mine. The programs were oriented at the general public, and I garnered no new information. I was hoping that it would go a little deeper and nerdier for me. Would be very useful for folks who are just getting introduced to the significance of modern science with regard to their genetic makeup and health. Lots of correlates. Very interesting.
The funny thing is that the clinicians all say the same thing, that your SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) for the most part won't do you harm if you keep your general level of physical health strong. There's a lot of redundancy build into human genetics and systems. If someone forgets to cross a T somewhere in your genetics, you'll probably be fine, long as you don't wear yourself to a frazzle, skip sleep, and consider trips to the refrigerator to be adequate exercise.