I saw this on MyHeritage earlier today – The Doctors Test with MyHeritage DNA Health+Ancestry: https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/10/the-doctors-test-with-myheritage-dna-healthancestry/.
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MyHeritage DNA was just featured on the Emmy-Award-winning daytime talk show The Doctors, as the hosts were presented with their MyHeritage DNA Health+Ancestry test results, which include detailed information regarding their genetic risks.
The Doctors strives to enlighten viewers with simple ways to achieve and maintain good health. One of the show’s main goals is to empower its viewers with knowledge that may enhance their well-being — and that’s precisely what the MyHeritage DNA Health+Ancestry aims to do. Learning about how your genes may affect your risk of developing certain medical conditions or passing them on to your children can empower you to make better health and lifestyle choices, which may improve your future well-being.
MyHeritage genetics consultant, Jessica Greenwood, MS, LGC, joined the show’s hosts — ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, plastic surgeon and reconstructive surgery expert Dr. Andrew Ordon, and Dr. Judy Ho to share their results with them.
Watch the full segment here:
The MyHeritage DNA Health+Ancestry test provides easy-to-understand health reports that can help to explain your genetic risk for numerous health conditions. The results also include the genealogy insights from the original MyHeritage DNA test: a detailed ethnicity breakdown, matching to relatives based on shared DNA, a chromosome browser, and more.
Here is what we revealed to the hosts on air:
Dr. Ordon was pleased to see that his results show a slightly decreased risk of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes.