More about "dna"
Woman discovers at 70 that she was not light-skinned but actually white
Growing up, 75-year-old Verda Byrd, who was adopted as a child into an African American family, always thought that she was light-skinned but it wasn’t until she dug into her biological’s parent’s ethnicity was she proven otherwise.
Would you take a DNA test to improve your skin, eating habits and mental and physical health?
So your parents find it difficult to shed weight, started wrinkling in the early 20s and may develop Alzheimers... If you knew they'd passed these traits down to you, would there be any point to knowing and could you use it to change your body and mind's future?