Down syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes the body to have two sets of chromosomes that have been split apart.
While most people with Down syndrome are born with one set of chromosomes, the condition can cause one set to turn yellow and the other to become blue.
People with Down Syndrome have two types of hair, a white and a red color.
In order to keep their hair the same color, Down syndrome athletes are often given special colored dye and hair coloring to help them blend in with the rest of the world.
But if they are not allowed to use these special color schemes to blend in, they can end up with black hair.
There are currently about 8.4 million people in the U.S. with Down’s syndrome, according to the National Center for Down Syndrome and Developmental Disabilities.
About 70 percent of people with the condition have a hair color that is not normally seen on them, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports.
To add to the pain, Down’s patients often have a difficult time fitting into society.
Down syndrome also makes people with autism spectrum disorder more susceptible to depression and anxiety.
To understand what Down syndrome looks like, Fox News contributor John Geddes took his Down’s Syndrome patients and asked them to describe themselves.
Below is a look at how Down syndrome patients describe themselves: I’m an outgoing person, a strong person, I enjoy social interaction, I have an easygoing personality.
I have a very good sense of humor.
I’m good at making jokes, I’m kind, I try to be positive, I don’t take things personally.
I am kind and very sensitive.
I enjoy talking to others and I enjoy being around people.
I can’t read well, but I can remember things well.
I like to make music.
I play the guitar and I like making art.
I get along with other people and can make friends with people.
For a more detailed look at Down syndrome, click here.
To learn more about Down syndrome and how you can help, visit the National Down Syndrome Association.