Category Archives: 23andMe

Ethnicity DNA Results Don’t Match Your Paper Ethnicity?

This is one of the most common complaints or questions I see in various social media groups, mostly Facebook, although it sometimes crops on Twitter. The usual explanation, by a very large margin, is the science isn’t there yet. That’s … Continue reading

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Protected: Alphabetical List of DNA Testing Companies

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Mitochondrial DNA Bulldozes Brick Wall — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

I’m doing that happy dance today – leaping for joy – and am I EVER glad I’ve sponsored so many mitochondrial DNA tests. Today, I’m incredibly thankful for one particular DNA test. Think mitochondrial DNA doesn’t work or isn’t effective … Continue reading

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23andMe Will Add Weight-Loss Advice to Its DNA-Testing Services

I saw this posted in a Facebook group. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-08/23andme-will-add-weight-loss-advice-to-its-dna-testing-services. Thanks to Debbie of Cruwys News – https://cruwys.blogspot.com/ for the heads-up. There are some questions that I don’t see answered in the article. Lark charges $19.99/month as a subscription fee. It … Continue reading

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Current January 2019 DNA Sales

Current January 2019 DNA sales, updated daily or every other day. Continue reading

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Don’t Lower cMs Below Recommended Levels – DNA

I am going to jump on the don’t lower the centiMorgans (cMs) below the recommended levels and this applies to GEDmatch, FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA), and any other DNA company or third party tool/app that lets you set cMs. And yes, … Continue reading

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23andMe 2018 Year In Review

I received an e-mail from 23andMe – https://www.23andme.com/, but haven’t found it listed on their website. So, I am going to do a copy/paste and link The Year in Genetics JANUARY 23andMe study turned data points into zzz’s. –snip– Learn … Continue reading

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