Sending off our DNA for analysis and discovering our heritage is all the rave now. The allure of discovering whether we are related to someone consequential or where our bloodline comes from in the world has led millions to hand over hard earned money in order to give away their DNA. The interesting part is that for years so many warned about government DNA databases and some even attempted to stop the forced collection of DNA which was spread through new policing methodologies.
Now we are paying to provide it in return for information. Vanity aside, there are some supposed benefits as the analysis can provide a list of predisposition health defects which each individual is susceptible too. Though you may be a descendent of Genghis Khan (if you live in Central Asia you have a 1 in 200 chance of being a progeny of the great Asian fornicator) you still may end up with diabetes or colon cancer. But fear not, a cool DNA report can suggest diets and lifestyles which can assist in prevention.