Recruitment Goal Met for Systemic Sclerosis Genetic Study

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New Study Suggests Coffee During Pregnancy May Be OK After All

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Study On Side Effects of Parkinson’s Medication

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Lemonaid Health Offers Access to Emergency Contraceptive

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Recruitment Goal Met for Systemic Sclerosis Genetic Study

August 11, 2022
In late 2020, 23andMe launched a genetic study of systemic sclerosis, a rare autoimmune disease that results in the hardening and thickening of the skin and other organs. Within 18…
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New 23andMe+ Report on Anxiety

July 20, 2022
This week, we released a new report Powered by 23andMe Research on Anxiety for 23andMe+ Members.Anxiety is a normal part of life and a natural reaction to stressful situations. But…
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Ancestry Reports

Tracing Roots in Africa

February 21, 2022
An update of 23andMe’s Ancestry Composition, that includes 25 new ethnolinguistic groups in Africa ,is helping customers like Jamila to learn about cultures and groups with whom she and her family are connected.
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23andMe Customer Stories

A Son’s 23andMe Results Helps Father’s Medical Team

July 19, 2022
For Patrick String, the transition from healthy 56-year-old man to seriously ill patient on life support happened almost instantaneously.The day had started out simply enough. Patrick was at his home…
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Recruitment Goal Met for Systemic Sclerosis Genetic Study

August 11, 2022
In late 2020, 23andMe launched a genetic study of systemic sclerosis, a rare autoimmune disease that results in the hardening and thickening of the skin and other organs. Within 18…
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New Study Suggests Coffee During Pregnancy May Be OK After All

August 08, 2022
A new genetic study suggests drinking coffee during pregnancy does not negatively affect birthweight, nor does it increase the risk of a miscarriage, stillbirth, or premature birth. The new study counters previous studies that suggested that pregnant women should avoid caffeine.
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Study On Side Effects of Parkinson’s Medication

August 04, 2022
A new genetic study may help those looking for ways to avert some of the troubling side effects of a common medication used to treat Parkinson’s disease.Parkinson’s is sometimes treated…
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Lemonaid Health Offers Access to Emergency Contraceptive

August 02, 2022
Lemonaid Health, a 23andMe-owned telehealth platform, will offer access to prescriptions for ella®, an emergency contraceptive. ella®  has shown to be effective at preventing pregnancy when taken within 5 days…
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Meet Curtis Midkiff, 23andMe’s Director of Global Social Engagement

July 27, 2022
23andMe’s director of global social engagement, Curtis Midkiff shares his insights into how brands can both engage and learn from their audience. Curtis compares it to being a guest at a dinner party, be engaged, be entertaining but also read the room.
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New 23andMe+ Report on Anxiety

July 20, 2022
This week, we released a new report Powered by 23andMe Research on Anxiety for 23andMe+ Members.Anxiety is a normal part of life and a natural reaction to stressful situations. But…
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Recruitment Goal Met for Systemic Sclerosis Genetic Study

August 11, 2022
In late 2020, 23andMe launched a genetic study of systemic sclerosis, a rare autoimmune disease that results in the hardening and thickening of the skin and other organs. Within 18…
Read More

New Study Suggests Coffee During Pregnancy May Be OK After All

August 08, 2022
A new genetic study suggests drinking coffee during pregnancy does not negatively affect birthweight, nor does it increase the risk of a miscarriage, stillbirth, or premature birth. The new study counters previous studies that suggested that pregnant women should avoid caffeine.
Read More

Study On Side Effects of Parkinson’s Medication

August 04, 2022
A new genetic study may help those looking for ways to avert some of the troubling side effects of a common medication used to treat Parkinson’s disease.Parkinson’s is sometimes treated…
Read More

Lemonaid Health Offers Access to Emergency Contraceptive

August 02, 2022
Lemonaid Health, a 23andMe-owned telehealth platform, will offer access to prescriptions for ella®, an emergency contraceptive. ella®  has shown to be effective at preventing pregnancy when taken within 5 days…
Read More

Meet Curtis Midkiff, 23andMe’s Director of Global Social Engagement

July 27, 2022
23andMe’s director of global social engagement, Curtis Midkiff shares his insights into how brands can both engage and learn from their audience. Curtis compares it to being a guest at a dinner party, be engaged, be entertaining but also read the room.
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New 23andMe+ Report on Anxiety

July 20, 2022
This week, we released a new report Powered by 23andMe Research on Anxiety for 23andMe+ Members.Anxiety is a normal part of life and a natural reaction to stressful situations. But…
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Colonists and Colon Cancer

January 03, 2008
When Mr. and Mrs. George Fry arrived in the New World nearly four centuries ago, they brought with them not just dreams of a better life, but a curse —…
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Risky Business

November 02, 2007
People often talk about genes as if they were directly related to specific diseases, as in “the breast cancer gene” or “the gene for alcoholism.” But the fact of the…
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Breakthrough of the Year

December 20, 2007
A certain provider of personal genetic information is mentioned in Science magazine’s Breakthrough of the Year article, published in the Dec. 21 issue.The journal bestowed 2007 Breakthrough of the Year…
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Silly Rabbit, Spit Comes from Quids

January 07, 2008
A few years back, archaeologist Anna Dhody was thinking about how amazing it is that DNA forensic scientists can collect DNA evidence from nothing more than a discarded cigarette butt…
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Sex, money, dancing, eating….and voles?

January 09, 2008
At the end of last year (2007) you may have seen reports claiming that scientists in Israel discovered the “gene for altruism.”What they actually found was that a variation in…
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My Genome is in a Tube of Spit?

January 04, 2008
Spit has DNA? Well, not exactly. Spit has cells in it, and the cells have DNA. For everything except bacteria (and some other types of single-celled organisms), DNA is wound…
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