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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Do genetics impact sports and musical abilities?


    March 13, 2013 by Turn The Page

    Did you know your genetic code can determine much more than hair and eye color? As genetic research continues to …
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  4. September Awareness


    September 27, 2012 by Turn The Page

    One beneficial way to bring about awareness for important causes is to dedicate an entire month to it. From cancer …
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  5. Choosing a Baby Name


    July 18, 2012 by Turn The Page

    You don’t have to be a parent to enjoy reading through lists of baby names. Long before I adopted my …
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  6. Family Reunion Finds


    July 10, 2012 by Turn The Page

    I was at a family reunion this past weekend and you know what that means – DNA-talk was ripe for …
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  7. How Genes Predict Cancer


    April 27, 2012 by Turn The Page

    Today we wanted to mention another huge advantage of advances in DNA testing and gene research:  cancer prevention. While paternity …
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  8. Unborn Rising Stars: DNA Testing for Preschool


    April 3, 2012 by Turn The Page

    As a blog that covers all things DNA, we found this week’s story about the New York preschool very interesting. …
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  9. Will the Redheads Die Out?


    March 28, 2012 by Turn The Page

    It was only a few years ago that I began hearing rumors that the red hair recessive gene would eventually …
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