Adding your family’s DNA to a startup’s massive pool of genetic information is not a decision to be taken lightly.
The FDA continues to let startups turn medical diagnoses into a free-for-all, and apps like Clue and Flo are no exception.
It's increasingly complicated to untangle the potential for public health advances from a moralistic marketing scheme.
"He's like a spoiled child who should have had his bum smacked when he was young."
Artists niv Acosta and Fannie Sosa share how racial justice and rest intersect in their project Black Power Naps.
The streaming service is partnering up with Ancestry to create custom playlists based on your lineage.
23andMe customers can opt out of the program, but that misses the point.
Are Canadians using this DNA laboratory to claim First Nations tax exemptions?
Human skill with the voice evolved after our ancestors split from other apes.
Authorities were led to Joseph James DeAngelo by cross-checking his genetic data on GEDmatch, a free and open-source DNA database.
Most of us are at least 1 to 4 percent Neanderthal.
Cannabis strains labelled "sativa" and "indica" promise different physical effects but scientifically speaking, even the “best” weed strains are probably bullshit—names like "Purple Kush" don't mean anything.