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This week is IBD Awareness Week! Earlier this year, we launched a study of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) including Crohn’s and Colitis in partnership with Pfizer. So far, we’ve signed up more than 3,500 of our 10,000 participant goal. Learn more about our study and how you can get involved here: 23me.co/TzciBM
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Caregivers in one New York facility are trying an approach to dementia management inspired by Adam Sandler’s “50 First Dates.” Does seeing a familiar face each morning help patients break through the morning fog? Read more: http://23me.co/hnCgBs
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We’re celebrating DNA Day (our favorite holiday) this Saturday! To kick things off, we took a look back at highlights in human genetics history. From the first published paper on DNA in 1953 to the first GWAS in 2005, here are some noteworthy innovations in genetics. What else should we add to the list? http://23me.co/SWpTtg #DNADay
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Hi 23andme

Great work that your doing

- Start marketing your product more
- Bring down the cost
- try make a phone plugging that's affordable and can do your DNA test then allow you to compute results on your mobile device
- release every 2 hrs on fb/google+/twitter amazing data info about the DNA results you have already processed for marketing content 
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Researchers are digging deeper into the causes of Type 1 diabetes. Does stress play a role in addition to genetic factors? Read more: http://nyti.ms/1JZwdgE
Childhood stress may be a factor in a disease without a clear cause that hits adults too.
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Compared to our Neanderthal relatives, humans have evolved to have particularly prominent chins. Why do we need them? See what scientists say (via Discovery News): http://23me.co/ToiyrY
The prominence of the chin may simply be a side effect of the rest of the face evolving to be smaller.
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I'd still get it on with a Neanderthal.
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Do you love 23andMe? Tell your friends! Refer a friend to 23andMe today and when they buy a kit, you’ll receive a $20 Amazon gift card. Get your unique referral link here: http://23me.co/Fj8RJR. (Limited time offer!)
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23andMe customer and citizen scientist, Dr. Ann Turner recently helped researchers isolate a genetic variant involved in hearing loss. Read more about the research here: http://23me.co/xvO6dK
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Happy DNA Day from 23andMe! Join our celebration by taking a look at some of the highlights in human genetics history – from 1953 to 2015. Do you know what year we founded 23andMe? Any guesses on what we’ll highlight in 2016? http://23me.co/5OKUiG #DNADay
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HAPPY DNA DAY as well To you!!
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In 2003, the Human Genome Project announced that their finished sequence covered 99% of the human genome – just one of the reasons we’re celebrating DNA Day this week! #TBT Learn more: In celebration of DNA Day 2015, we took a look back at some scientific and company milestones in the field of human genetics. From the first published paper on DNA in 1953 to the first GWAS in 2005, here are some noteworthy innovations that deserve a shout out. http://23me.co/5OKUiG #DNADay
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Scientists know that light plays a role in circadian rhythm, but how is your body's internal clock impacted by color? Read more about a new study on the topic: http://23me.co/oa8Nz9
Mouse study shows that the color of light affects circadian rhythms
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“Genetics is about how information is stored and transmitted between generations” – John Maynard Smith
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This week, the state of California announced a $3 million precision medicine project. The initiative will aim to “draw on vast amounts of data from basic research, medical records and other information to develop more-targeted therapies and diagnostics and inform decisions about individual patient care.” Read more from Nature: http://23me.co/nhIlVr
The $3-million state initiative will coordinate with a national effort to promote individualized patient treatment.
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23andMe was founded to empower individuals and develop new ways of accelerating research. The members of 23andMe have come together because we believe in the combined potential of genetics and the Internet to have a significant, positive impact.

23andMe is a web-based service that helps you read and understand your DNA. After providing a saliva sample using an at-home kit, you can use our interactive tools to shed new light on your distant ancestors, your close family and most of all, yourself