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Newborn Screening and Genetic Profiling


July 26, 2013 by Turn The Page

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Newborn screening has been standard in the United States for 50 years. Newborn screening is the practice of testing all …
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Google Honors “Forgotten” Scientist


July 25, 2013 by Turn The Page

Rosalind Franklin honored for "forgotten" work

Rosalind Franklin. Does the name ring a bell? Probably not, but she is being remembered today for her work in …
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Royal Baby Arrives: All Eyes on London


July 23, 2013 by Turn The Page

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The royal baby has arrived and all eyes are on London. Curious minds are asking lots of questions. What will …
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Explore Your Ancestry


July 15, 2013 by Turn The Page

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How would you feel if you were given the chance to trace back your ancestral roots? Most people would find …
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Family Reunions: Reflecting on Family History and Genealogy


July 1, 2013 by Turn The Page

I recently celebrated my grandmother’s 90th birthday. Our entire family came together for a weekend-long party to honor her life. …
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Prince William: DNA link to Indian Ancestry


June 20, 2013 by Turn The Page

Prince William is in the news again but this time we aren’t focusing on the upcoming birth of his child …
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Last Names by Spoken Language


June 17, 2013 by Turn The Page

In our last blog post, we explored what’s behind a surname. There is likely a good amount of history behind …
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Family Trees: What Your Last Name Means


June 10, 2013 by Turn The Page

Everyone remembers the family tree project. You might have drawn an elaborate tree figure on giant sheets of white paper. …
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Your Favorite Celebs and Their Family History


May 28, 2013 by Turn The Page

The tabloids in the checkout lane tell us a lot about our favorite celebrities. I don’t know why we are …
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Bravo, Yahoo!


May 4, 2013 by Turn The Page

Everyone see the news and hype surrounding Yahoo over the past few months? We have to say – Bravo! It …
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