January 17, 2017, Snap Munk
-- Genetic testing is kind of a big deal these days. Companies can analyze your DNA to tell you your ancestry, for which diseases you’re at risk, your ability to process caffeine, and the likelihood of you having certain physical characteristics, like male pattern baldness. But despite being able to tell you that you’re primarily Irish with a predisposition toward hearing loss and a high probability of a comb-over, there is still something missing: what do you do with all your genetic information? Read more.