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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Where You Should Travel This Summer, Based on Your Genetics

July 06, 2022
Ah, summer vacation. A chance to set your status to “out of office,” grab that book you’ve been meaning to finish, and set off on a new adventure. But how...
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After the Click, Knowing BRCA, Laura’s Story

June 30, 2022
We’ve talked to hundreds of 23andMe customers about what they did ‘after the click,’ after they opened up a report and learned about an unknown risk for breast cancer, or lung and liver disease, or cardiac and neurological issues.  Most often, the response isn’t one of fear but empowerment.  Suddenly they and their doctor have the information they can use to follow up on a risk in order to prevent or treat a serious illness. And this is often for risks they wouldn’t have known of otherwise. 
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New 23andMe+ Report on Rosacea

June 15, 2022
This week, we released a new report Powered by 23andMe Research on Rosacea for 23andMe+ members. Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that typically affects the central parts of the...
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23andMe Improves Carrier Status Report for People with Asian Ancestry

May 31, 2022
23andMe updated its report on an inherited condition characterized by mild to profound hearing loss.The update to 23andMe’s Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss and Deafness, DFNB1 (GJB2-Related) Carrier Status report* adds six...
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After the Click: Claudia Catches Her Breath

May 30, 2022
Claudia didn’t know she was an “Alpha,” as people with her condition sometimes call themselves. For years, decades really, she didn’t know why she was susceptible to sinus infections, bronchitis, and periodic bouts with pneumonia. Neither did her doctors. In fact, at one point after suffering from shortness of breath, she went in for several tests, but her doctor thought she was focused on the wrong thing. “He said maybe I needed to exercise more because he couldn’t find anything wrong with me,” Claudia said.
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New 23andMe+ Report on Psoriasis

May 11, 2022
23andMe released a new report on Psoriasis, an autoimmune condition characterized by discolored, itchy, and scaly patches of skin often seen on the knees, elbows, and scalp.
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Another Step Toward Unlocking the Power of Genetic Health Information

May 03, 2022
Instead of being treated for an illness, most of us would prefer to avoid getting sick in the first place. But in large measure, our health care system isn’t geared...
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New 23andMe+ Report on Glaucoma

April 13, 2022
This week, we released a new report on Glaucoma for 23andMe+ Members.  Glaucoma refers to a group of eye conditions that cause damage to the optic nerve, which relays information...
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What 23andMe can Reveal about Heart Health

March 24, 2022
Kim Gugliotta, 56, fills her plate with healthy foods like legumes, vegetables, chicken, fish, and tofu. She walks for at least 30 minutes a day. And she’s a regular on...
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