The PhosphorusONE test is the first genetic test that examines genes responsible for various forms of infertility and can help guide decisions on everything from egg freezing to fertility treatments.
The most recent research shows that genetic causes underpin at least 10 – 15% of the causes of infertility. Understanding earlier in life whether or not you have a genetic risk factor can help you make a more informed decision as to how, and even when you approach having a child.
More and more, we hear about “gluten free diets” or “gluten free options” on a menu. While there are many fad diets, when it comes to gluten, this one is firmly based in health and science. According to a recentstudy, the diagnosis of Celiac Disease has increased alongside the mortality rates. Making matters even more concerning is roughly 3 million Americans who believed they didn’t have a gluten allergy, in fact, did. Not knowing you have this condition can impact your health, more than you may even realize.
Sudden Unexpected Death (SUD) is characterized by just that: an otherwise healthy individual suddenly dies, due to an undiagnosed or often undiscovered medical issue. In the United States, more than 400,000 people die each year of SUD.
National Parents' Day is July 28th and was established in 1994. As a genetics company, when we think of the role of a parent, we immediately think about what genetics (the good, the bad and everything in between) that you’ve inherited from your biological family. Imagine yourself as a “Family Health Historian” and you’re about to go on a life-changing exposition! We’ve created the attached you can use as a guide to a conversation or you can even email this document to whomever you’d like in your family so they can fill it out.