In 2017, the number of people who took direct-to-consumer ancestry tests more than doubled, reaching over 12 million customers. A wave of new tests claim to make all sorts of personalized lifestyle recommendations—from what skin-care products you should use to what kind of diet is best for you. The science underpinning them is often flimsy, if it exists at all.
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