Mindy and Cindy’s 23andMe Story

April 18, 2019
Using 23andMe Mindy and Cindy discovered that they are sisters and uncovered a twist to their story that only deepens their connections.
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Guillaume’s Search

April 11, 2019
Orphaned during the Vietnam war and raised in France, Guillaume uses 23andMe to help him find family he thought had disappeared in the fog of war.
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Participating in 23andMe Research, A Customer’s Perspective

April 10, 2019
23andMe research participant Tony Garrett gives his perspective on why he is participating in research and his hopes for the future.
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A New 23andMe Genetic Health Risk Report Brings to Light Underdiagnosed Condition

April 09, 2019
23andMe’s new report on TTR-related hereditary amyloidosis looks at the three most common variants associated with this little known and underdiagnosed genetic condition.
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23andMe Tests New Ancestry Breakdown in Central and South Asia

April 03, 2019
23andMe is testing an update of its signature Ancestry Composition tool, offering a better breakdown for customers with ancestry from Central and South Asia.
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23andMe’s New Dandruff Report

April 02, 2019
You have a good head on your shoulders, but your genetics might be influencing whether or not you also have a little dandruff there.While we can’t brush it off for…
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It’s Not a Stretch to See 23andMe’s New Report on Stretch Marks

April 02, 2019
Pregnancy or rapid changes in weight can lead to stretch marks, but your genetics plays a vital role in whether you see those lines across your skin.23andMe scientists have identified…
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Does your DNA make you LOL?

April 01, 2019
For April Fools Day 23andMe releases data showing some of their findings on how genetics plays a role not just in a person’s sense of humor, but in their ability to get a joke.
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New Parkinson’s Disease Research May Offer Promise for Early Detection

March 27, 2019
New Parkinson’s disease research by scientists at 23andMe has identified more than 100 phenotypic variables related to the disease, offering a potential step forward in efforts to diagnose Parkinson’s disease…
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Step it up for Research

March 25, 2019
By Briana Cameron, Ph.D.,  and Robert Gentleman, Ph.D.* Regular physical activity is important for good health. Research has shown that exercise can help prevent such things as cardiovascular disease and diabetes…
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