Let’s talk about Traits
Explore how our genes can contribute to traits like our appearance and senses, helping to make us unique.
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Widow’s Peak Hairline & Genetics
The term "widow's peak" may sound grim, but a pointed hairline is just a genetic feature.Read more - about Widow’s Peak Hairline & Genetics
Unibrows & Genetics
Unibrows have graced the foreheads of some legendary faces. Whether you pluck your brows or let...Read more - about Unibrows & Genetics
Toe Length Ratio & Genetics
Have you ever wondered why your big toe is longer than your second toe, or vice versa? It turns out...Read more - about Toe Length Ratio & Genetics
Sweet vs. Salty Taste Preferences & Genetics
More than just a matter of taste, your preference for sweet or salty snacks is partially genetic.Read more - about Sweet vs. Salty Taste Preferences & Genetics
Stretch Marks & Genetics
Ever wonder why some people get stretch marks? Find out more at 23andMe.Read more - about Stretch Marks & Genetics
Fear of Public Speaking & Genetics
Learn more about how genetics can impact your likelihood of having a fear of public speaking.Read more - about Fear of Public Speaking & Genetics
How DNA Relates to Traits
Discover how DNA can influence what features you’re more likely to have. From your appearance to your senses, your genetics can reveal a lot about you. 23andMe uses both published scientific reports and data from the 23andMe consented research community to show the influence of your genetics on your traits.
You’ll receive reports on how likely you are to have over 30 traits. 23andMe’s services show you how your genetics relates to traits such as ability to match musical pitch, cheek dimples, fear of public speaking, motion sickness, and more.