Should you order a home DNA testing kit?

It’s one of the first questions you are asked when seen by a new doctor, “What is your family health history?”
An easy enough question for people who grew up knowing their biological mother and father. A frustrating and sometimes scary question for those who did not.

People like Jordan Nagle. Jordan was born in South Korea and came to the United States when he and his brother were adopted. While his new parents received papers detailing aspects of Jordan’s childhood, they were not given information about his family’s health history.

A fact that hit home once he had a child of his own.

With another baby on the way, Jordan and his wife hope a genetic testing service called “23 and me” could provide some insight.

Read the full, original story here: Should you order a home DNA testing kit?

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