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Solve your skin problems with DNA

With a skincare market valued over $135 billion finding the best product to suit your unique skin can be difficult. But, Genovate is here...

Apolipoprotein E and your risk of heart disease

Cardiovascular disease accounts for 31% of all deaths worldwide. The APOE gene is a key genetic risk factor involved in heart disease, the risk...

Why women cheat on their partners

Statistically, men are more likely than women to cheat. However, this does not exclude women completely from cheating. Genovate is here to help you...

Excessive daytime sleepiness could be due to narcolepsy

More than 3 million people worldwide are affected by narcolepsy. Yet, only 25% of them are properly diagnosed and receive treatment. Genovate is here...

Can genes explain your grouchiness?

Serotonin is one of the many ‘happiness’ chemicals produced by the brain, which is why altering the signal sent by serotonin can cause grouchiness....

Are you at risk of blood clots?

Blood clots are preventable, especially if you are genetically more prone to forming clots that can prevent the blood flow to major organs. But,...

What is your caffeine sensitivity status?

Slow caffeine metabolism is linked to increased risk of heart attacks and hypertension, which is why by choosing to consume caffeine, slow-metabolizers may be...

Is lactose behind your digestive symptoms?

Digestive issues are not only challenging to talk about but can also be tough to diagnose. Genovate is here to help you solve your...

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Save $30 on the COVID-19 susceptibility DNA test from Genovate

New COVID-19 cases continue to emerge worldwide, making it clear that this pandemic is far from over. Genovate is...
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Study finds a link between the severity of COVID-19 infections and blood type

Researchers link genetic changes in the region of DNA that define blood type with susceptibility to COVID-19 infections. Blood...

ACE2: Genetic clues to COVID-19 infections and treatment

Scientists identify a possible link between genetic variations in the ACE-2 receptor used by coronaviruses to enter cells and...

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