At-Home DNA Testing Kits May Give You Unreliable Health Information
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies like 23AndMe and AncestryDNA that try to predict health issues are sometimes downright wrong, according to a new study.
Just Hearing the Results of a DNA Test Can Make Your Body Act Differently
People who were told that they were genetically at risk for poor exercise capacity couldn’t run as long as they could before they were told about their “risk.”
The Nootropics Community Is Using 23andMe to Match Smart Drugs to Their DNA
There are multiple software options that analyze your genetic data and make recommendations on which supplements you should be taking.