Conjunctive Adverbs and Transitional Phrases Conjunctive adverbs modify entire sentences in order to relate them to preceding sentences or paragraphs; good academic writers use many of them, but not so many that they overload the page.
What I did not know when I began researching the connection between radioactivity and genetic damage was that I would find the probably cause of my own family's battle with cancer and other health problems.
Hailing from Utah, the state known for its Mormon population's healthy lifestyle, my family has been plagued with a number of seemingly unrelated health problems.
If the connection seems missing or strained, improve the transition by clarifying your logic or rearranging the paragraphs.
Often, the best solution is cutting out a paragraph altogether, and replacing it with the right one.