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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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
Wake-Up Time & Genetics
Learn more about the genetics behind wake-up time.Read more - about Wake-Up Time & Genetics
Are flat feet genetic? Learn about the causes of flat feet and whether they’re linked to genetics.Read more - about Flat Feet
Cilantro Taste Aversion
Cilantro taste aversion associated with certain genetic variants could be the reason why this...Read more - about Cilantro Taste Aversion
Bunions can cause discomfort in your feet and may require treatment. Luckily, there are many...Read more - about Bunions
Certain receptors on your taste buds could make you more sensitive to bitter tastes. Learn more...Read more - about Bitter Taste
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.