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Depression does not discriminate

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Elon Musk’s discussion about his struggle with depression reveals that no one is immune to mental health issues, and adds impetus to the need for more research into the condition that affects 300 million worldwide.
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New 23andMe Report on Celiac Disease

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Only a small percentage of people with sensitivity to wheat, have celiac disease, in which gluten triggers an immune response that can damage the small intestines. This can affect the absorption of nutrients and lead to painful digestive and problems.
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Ancestry

Six Things to Serve Your Neanderthal Guest for Thanksgiving

November 21, 2017
Neanderthals were actually quite similar to modern humans and exhibited complex social behaviors, so what would you feed a Neanderthal for Thanksgiving.
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23andMe Reunites Identical Twins Separated at Birth

November 14, 2017
23andMe helps identical twins separated at birth reunite.
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Six Things to Serve Your Neanderthal Guest for Thanksgiving

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Neanderthals were actually quite similar to modern humans and exhibited complex social behaviors, so what would you feed a Neanderthal for Thanksgiving.
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Elon Musk’s discussion about his struggle with depression reveals that no one is immune to mental health issues, and adds impetus to the need for more research into the condition that affects 300 million worldwide.
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23andMe revs up Ancestry Composition feature

November 16, 2017
With a new genotyping chip and additional data, 23andMe has revved up its Ancestry Composition feature, giving customers more precision in learning about their geographic origins of their ancestry.
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Six Things to Serve Your Neanderthal Guest for Thanksgiving

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Neanderthals were actually quite similar to modern humans and exhibited complex social behaviors, so what would you feed a Neanderthal for Thanksgiving.
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23andMe CEO and cofounder Anne Wojcicki sits down with Dr. Zubin Damania, aka ZDogg MD, sit down to talk about what direct-to-consumer genetic testing means for health care professionals and Health 3.0.
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Elon Musk’s discussion about his struggle with depression reveals that no one is immune to mental health issues, and adds impetus to the need for more research into the condition that affects 300 million worldwide.
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23andMe revs up Ancestry Composition feature

November 16, 2017
With a new genotyping chip and additional data, 23andMe has revved up its Ancestry Composition feature, giving customers more precision in learning about their geographic origins of their ancestry.
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