Here's an excellent explanation of how information provided by personalised genetic testing, e.g. from a company such as 23andMe, can be used to explore your past, present and future, by David Glance. David is the Director of Innovation, Faculty of Arts, Director of Centre for Software Practice at University of Western Australia:
Most would know that the FDA forced 23andMe to cease providing a health advisory service based on the genetic testing in December 2013. "23andMe has still not succeeded in resuming its health advisory service, but it has continued in the meantime with its genetic testing and offers genetic-based ancestry reports instead. It does offer the raw genetic data from the test however, and this can be used to provide health-related information for those who are still interested in that information."
Photo: Frost on a burnt tree stump. With the arrival today of the first day of Spring, hopefully there won't be many more such heavy frosts.