Your Saliva: A Crystal Ball to Your Offspring?

Women, like New York City resident Kelcey Kintner, believe their spit could tell them a lot about the future of their offspring. Kintner is part of a bold, new online initiative that aims to empower women and science with new knowledge about the experience of pregnancy. A kit from genetic coding company 23 and Me lets users -- women and men -- spit into a tube and then send it off to a lab that analyzes the DNA in about 10 weeks. Then, the company sends the results and the user can choose...Full Story
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