Tag: pulmonary embolism

23andMe And Planning For A Healthy Future Together

By Amick B Newlyweds Megan and Justin Heninger shared more than just vows when they tied the knot.  Shortly after their wedding, they both decided to explore their genetics with 23andMe. “I was mostly interested out of concern for the health of the kids we plan to have together,” said Megan, a 21 ...

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The Connection Between Air Travel and Blood Clots

Are you a jetsetter? Long-distance air travel increases a person’s odds of developing a blood clot, a condition known medically as venous thromboembolism (VTE) and dubbed in the media as the “economy-class syndrome”. But choosing coach for your next vacation isn’t the problem per se. Inactivity is the ...

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Surgeon General Issues Call to Action on VTE: 23andMe Assesses Genetic Risk for Customers

This Monday acting Surgeon General Steven K. Galson issued a Call to Action to reduce the number of people in the United States affected by two serious blood clotting conditions: deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. Deep vein thrombosis (DVT), sometimes called “economy class syndrome” is the ...

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