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Learn how your DNA may affect your health.

Our genes are a part of who we are, so naturally they impact our health. By knowing more about your DNA, you may be able to take steps towards living a healthier life.

Keep in mind that many conditions and traits are influenced by multiple factors. Our reports are intended for informational purposes only and do not diagnose disease or illness.

  • Plan for the future.

    Learn if you are a carrier for certain inherited conditions, so you and your family can be prepared.

  • Stay one step ahead.

    Find out if you have certain genetic risk factors, so you can make better lifestyle choices and appropriately monitor your health.

  • Engage in your health care.

    Understand how your DNA may affect your health and response to certain medications, so you and your doctor can make more informed decisions.

Learn over a hundred things about yourself.

23andMe's in-home, saliva-based service helps you know more about yourself. With reports on over 100 health conditions and traits, here are a few of the things you can learn about you.

inherited genetic conditions

Inherited Conditions

40+ reports

Find out if you are at risk for passing on an inherited condition. Learn More →

drug response and genetics

Drug Response

10+ reports

Learn information about how your genetics might affect your response to certain medications. Learn More →

genetic risk factors

Genetic Risk Factors

10+ reports

Understand your genetic risk factors. Change what you can, manage what you can"t. Learn More →

genetic traits


40+ reports

Explore your genetic traits for everything from lactose intolerance to male pattern baldness. See List of Traits →

Better health starts with a healthy awareness.

Below are a few examples where we may help you learn more about your genetics. And when you know more, you can consider better lifestyle choices and look out for common conditions and serious diseases.

  • abnormal blood clotting
  • Although blood clotting is a normal process that prevents people from bleeding excessively, too much clotting can be life threatening. Find out if you have genetic risk factors for abnormal blood clotting (inherited thrombophilia).

    See sample report

  • acid reflux medications
  • Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are commonly used to treat acid reflux and other conditions caused by too much acid in the stomach. Learn what your DNA says about how your body might respond to PPIs.

    See sample report

  • anti-platelet medications
  • Millions of people are prescribed a drug called clopidogrel (Plavix┬«) to help prevent blood clots that can cause a heart attack or stroke. See if you have certain genetic variants that could affect how you respond to clopidogrel and other drugs, and share this information with your doctor.

    See sample report

  • cystic fibrosis
  • One of the most common genetic disorders, cystic fibrosis affects up to 1 in 3,000 newborns. Find out if you carry a genetic variant linked to this condition so that you can plan for the health of your family.

    See sample report

  • hereditary hearing loss
  • About half of all cases of early childhood deafness and hearing loss can be traced to genetic causes. 23andMe reports genetic data for two of the most common forms of hereditary hearing loss. Find out if you carry a genetic variant linked to these conditions so you can be more informed about the health of your family.

    See sample report

  • lactose intolerance
  • Knowing if you have a specific genotype tells you if you still produce the lactase enzyme, which allows you to digest milk sugar without discomfort.

    See sample report