Survey Finds 23andMe Customers Make Positive Changes to Their Health

October 16, 2019
A new survey of 23andMe’s Health + Ancestry customers conducted by M/A/R/C® Research found that more than three-quarters reported that after receiving their personalized genetic reports they made at least...
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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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23andMe Offers New Genetic Report on Type 2 Diabetes

March 10, 2019
23andMe’s new Type 2 Diabetes report* offers customers insight into their likelihood of developing one of the most prevalent, pernicious, and yet preventable health conditions in the United States.This new...
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Where In the Kale?

July 07, 2014
Comparing 23andMe survey data and Google search data, our researchers were able to find geographic differences for things like leafy green versus red meat consumption.
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What Patients Say Works (And Doesn’t) for Migraines

September 18, 2013
For the live-updated, fully-labelled, interactive version of this infographic, click here. Eight of the top ten patient-reported treatments for Migraine are simple lifestyle changes, not drugs. CureTogether – a free...
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Exercise Can Modify DNA in Fat Cells

August 30, 2013
By Sheel Dandekar Not convinced that those trips to the gym are making a difference?  Think again. In a recent study in PloS Genetics, researchers from Lund University in Sweden...
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Your Lifestyle, Your Health, Your Genes

January 30, 2013
There are lots of things we can’t change, but our lifestyle isn’t one of them. Good thing, too  – our weight, nutrition habits, and exercise behaviors impact us beyond whether...
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Health Watch: New Year’s Resolutions, Reproduction and Rare Diseases

March 21, 2012
Like many people around the world, the health content team at 23andMe rang in 2012 with resolutions of staying healthy and it seemed fitting to delve into the genetics underlying...
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