Home Tags Genetic Testing
Tag: Genetic Testing
A Harvard geneticist is creating a dating app that matches users based on DNA, and people are worried it’s eugenics
Harvard geneticist George Church said his dating app concept could prevent genetic disease, but critics say the concept is discriminatory.
Apple is reportedly rolling out a new perk for employees: free genetic testing at its on-site wellness clinics
Apple now runs its own health clinics known as "AC Wellness" that allow workers to get medical treatment close to their offices.
Ancestry's new products will test for heart conditions, inherited cancers, and carrier status for conditions like cystic fibrosis.
Bill and Melinda Gates shined a spotlight on at-home DNA tests like 23andMe, calling them one of last year’s biggest surprises
DNA tests helped catch a suspected serial killer last year. They may also help women have healthier pregnancies, according to the Gateses.
In September 2018, Ancestry updated its ethnicity estimates, and my results got a lot more specific. I found out that I'm much more Norwegian than I thought.
A genetic testing company you’ve never heard of could become a household name as it takes on 23andMe
Genetics company Invitae will soon let you order personal genetic tests. But unlike its biggest rival, a clinician will still have to be involved.
Genetic testing is the future of healthcare, but many experts say companies like 23andMe are doing more harm than good
Clinicians and advocates criticize the 23andMe approach to genetic testing, which they say prioritizes convenience over privacy and long-term health.
From 23andMe to AncestryDNA, DNA tests are more popular than ever. Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about the at-home DNA tests.
Elizabeth Warren says a DNA test proves she has a Native American ancestor, but it’s not that simple. Here’s what the results really show....
President Trump said during a rally that if Sen. Elizabeth Warren could prove, based on DNA testing, that she has Native American lineage, then he would donate $1 million to charity. On Monday, Warren answered that call. Here's what she really found out.
Genetics company 23andMe is rolling out a huge initiative for people with ADHD and depression — but psychologists are worried
23andMe now lets users share information about what treatments for conditions like depression and ADHD do and don't work for them. 5,000 people have used the feature so far.