The DNA Revolution – Part Two

April 16, 2018

I mentioned in my previous blog that I had ordered an Ancestry DNA test and would give an update and comparison once I had my results. Well the results are in, and as “luck” would have it, I’m still Irish! Ancestry did the percentages a little differently, but basically gave me the same ethnicity estimate as 23andme had reported. However, not to be outdone, within the same week, 23andme released a new and more specific breakdown of their ancestry report, which gave a higher indication of Irish rather than general “British and Irish,” and more Norwegian than just general “Scandinavian.” Skol!

So here’s my comparison and recommendation: Read the rest of this entry »


DNA Testing is Revolutionizing the Process of Adoption Search

March 16, 2018

There is a new method in which adoptees are finding birth family, and all you need to do is spit! I just heard that My Heritage is giving away 15,000 free DNA test kits to adoptees and birth family members who are searching. To qualify for a chance at a free test, you have to apply before April 30th, 2018 at https://www.dnaquest.org, otherwise, the cost of these mail-order DNA tests ranges from $69 – $200. Read the rest of this entry »


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