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    23andMe posters from #ASHG14 collected here on our blog.

    23andMe’s Research At ASHG 2014

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    #bookreview: Invisible History of the Human Race

    Invisible History

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    Read our Q&A with Health Content Scientist Rob Borkowski. #23andMe #genetics

    A Conversation with Health Content Scientist Robert Borkowski

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    A 23andMe customer story about connecting with lost family members.

    Not Everyone is Expected to Stay

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    Meet 23andMe Health Product Scientist, Bertram Koelsch.

    A Conversation with Health Product Scientists Bertram Koelsch

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    Europe's Family Tree Gets A New Branch 23me.co/LyHNvy

    Europe's Family Tree Gets A New Branch

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    A conversation with 23andMe Health Content Scientist Robin Smith

    A Conversation Health Content Scientist Robin Smith

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    Wellcome Trust Research Round-up

    Wellcome Trust Research Round-up: 1/9/14

    blog.wellcome.ac.uk

    This extract (1/2) of article show us that snoozing in unhealthy. Infact when we snooze, we think we have more time to sleep, however we are throwing our brain back to the beginning of our sleep cycle which makes the "wake-up process" harder and more difficult. That causes then : bad mood, lack of attention, less ability to perform ...

    A Gene That Makes You Need Less Sleep?

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    The amateur geneticist who surprised science via BBC

    The amateur geneticist who surprised science

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    DNA project 'to make UK world genetic research leader' says BBC

    DNA project 'to make UK world leader'

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    New research on #Parkinson's disease via Nature Genetics and 23andMe.

    New Parkinson's Disease Findings | The 23andMe Blog

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    Who Would Believe It? A 23andMe customer story.

    Who Would Believe It? | The 23andMe Blog

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    Genetic cause of common breast tumors found Date: July 20, 2014 Source: SingHealth Summary: A major breakthrough in understanding the moleculular basis of fibroadenoma, one of the most common breast tumors diagnosed in women, has been made by a multidisciplinary team of scientists. The team used advanced DNA sequencing technologies to identify a critical gene called MED12 that was repeatedly disrupted in nearly 60 percent of fibroadenoma cases.

    Genetic cause of common breast tumors found

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    A high-tech spoon — fitted with a tiny computer and sensors such as those in a camera or cellphone — softens the effect of essential tremors...

    Schizophrenia has clear genetic ties, new study finds

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    Recent research from UC San Diego and Yale found that friends are as genetically similar as 4th cousins.

    Birds of Feather Flock Together | The 23andMe Blog

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    There may be 14 million U.S. Alzheimer's cases by 2050—and maybe a way to lower that total

    Alzheimer's Disease Fight Focuses on Preventive Treatment - WSJ

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    We're Genetically Similar to Our Friends and that Impacts our Health. via TIME

    We're Genetically Similar to Our Friends

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    DNA origami nano-tool provides important clue to cancer

    sciencedaily.com

    Friends have closer DNA than strangers, scientists find - Telegraph

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    Breathless Over New Finding Using Ancient DNA | The 23andMe Blog

    Breathless Over New Finding Using Ancient DNA | The 23andMe Blog

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    A study of twins shows why being good reader and a good math student may go hand in hand.

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    23andMe Correlates Traits Across the United States: People who exercise more search for "chest pain" less.

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    With Help From Extinct Humans, Tibetans Adapted To High Altitude

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    Had a bit too much fun in your 20s? A misspent youth doesn't doom you to heart disease.

    A Misspent Youth Doesn't Doom You To Heart Disease

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