23andMe Returns to Salt Lake City for RootsTech 2019

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23andMe Offers a New Report on Familial Hypercholesterolemia

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23andMe Helps Customer Connect to West Africa

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Feeling Woozy Over 23andMe’s New Report on Motion Sickness

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Genetic Study of Impulsiveness Reveals Associations with Drug Use

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23andMe Research

Diversity Matters in Research

February 01, 2019
Africans and African Americans are among the most underrepresented populations in genetic health research, yet they face some of the most daunting health outcomes.It’s a bitter irony of the current…
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Health and Traits

23andMe Offers a New Report on Familial Hypercholesterolemia

February 20, 2019
Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is one of the most common genetic conditions, which is associated with very high levels of “bad” cholesterol. Elevated levels of cholesterol can lead to a higher…
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Ancestry

The Uniqueness of Ashkenazi Jewish Ancestry is Important for Health

May 22, 2012
Ashkenazi Jews are one group that fall under the umbrella of “European”, but it’s clear from numerous studies that they’re genetically unique and distinct from the European population at large.
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23andMe Customer Stories

23andMe Helps Customer Connect to West Africa

February 07, 2019
Many African Americans can relate to the years of frustration Paul Mosley had trying to track back his family history.For Paul, there was always a certain point where the trail…
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Recent Articles

23andMe Returns to Salt Lake City for RootsTech 2019

February 21, 2019
It’s February, which means the largest family discovery conference of the year is almost upon us. This year, 23andMe will be returning to Salt Lake City, Utah for RootsTech 2019….
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23andMe Offers a New Report on Familial Hypercholesterolemia

February 20, 2019
Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is one of the most common genetic conditions, which is associated with very high levels of “bad” cholesterol. Elevated levels of cholesterol can lead to a higher…
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23andMe Helps Customer Connect to West Africa

February 07, 2019
Many African Americans can relate to the years of frustration Paul Mosley had trying to track back his family history.For Paul, there was always a certain point where the trail…
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Feeling Woozy Over 23andMe’s New Report on Motion Sickness

February 07, 2019
If even the idea of a boat trip triggers a bit of nausea, you may be able to partly blame it on your genetics.23andMe scientists have identified more than 413…
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Genetic Study of Impulsiveness Reveals Associations with Drug Use

February 04, 2019
Some of the same genes that influence a person’s propensity toward impulsiveness also affect whether or not he or she will use drugs, according to a new study led by…
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New Insights into the Genetics of Depression

February 04, 2019
In the largest genetic study of its kind, scientists have identified more than 200 genes associated with depression that could give new insights to researchers looking for treatments to what…
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23andMe Returns to Salt Lake City for RootsTech 2019

February 21, 2019
It’s February, which means the largest family discovery conference of the year is almost upon us. This year, 23andMe will be returning to Salt Lake City, Utah for RootsTech 2019….
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23andMe Offers a New Report on Familial Hypercholesterolemia

February 20, 2019
Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is one of the most common genetic conditions, which is associated with very high levels of “bad” cholesterol. Elevated levels of cholesterol can lead to a higher…
Read More

23andMe Helps Customer Connect to West Africa

February 07, 2019
Many African Americans can relate to the years of frustration Paul Mosley had trying to track back his family history.For Paul, there was always a certain point where the trail…
Read More

Feeling Woozy Over 23andMe’s New Report on Motion Sickness

February 07, 2019
If even the idea of a boat trip triggers a bit of nausea, you may be able to partly blame it on your genetics.23andMe scientists have identified more than 413…
Read More

Genetic Study of Impulsiveness Reveals Associations with Drug Use

February 04, 2019
Some of the same genes that influence a person’s propensity toward impulsiveness also affect whether or not he or she will use drugs, according to a new study led by…
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New Insights into the Genetics of Depression

February 04, 2019
In the largest genetic study of its kind, scientists have identified more than 200 genes associated with depression that could give new insights to researchers looking for treatments to what…
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Whose Y to Use? Paternal Ancestry for Ladies

May 07, 2008
Editor’s Note: This post does not reflect our current product offering. 23andMe’s ancestry product looks at the autosomes (chromosomes 1-22), the sex chromosomes (XY), and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). For more…
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The Uniqueness of Ashkenazi Jewish Ancestry is Important for Health

May 22, 2012
Ashkenazi Jews are one group that fall under the umbrella of “European”, but it’s clear from numerous studies that they’re genetically unique and distinct from the European population at large.
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23andMe Releases First-of-its Kind Genetic Weight Report

March 02, 2017
23andMe scientists created a first of its kind genetic weight report that uses machine learning techniques to estimate BMI based on genetics and lifestyle to calculate customers genetic predisposition to weigh more or less than average. The report also provides insight into which lifestyle factors might make the biggest difference for a person’s own weight.
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Your DNA DISCOVE(RED)

November 28, 2017
23andMe Joins (RED) to support the Fight Against AIDS
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23andMe Help Connect Siblings for A Reunion Decades in the Making

December 14, 2018
Brian, an adoptee raised in California, used 23andMe to find first his brother JJ and then two more brothers and two sisters. They all met this year in Ohio for a reunion.
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23andMe Looks at New Year’s Resolutions

December 27, 2018
23andMe scientists have studied three years of survey data to find out more about who makes and keep their New Year’s resolutions.
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