“My ex-girlfriend contacted me to say that I may be the father of her 5 year old daughter. Your test proved that I am the true biological father. It’s a life changer. Thank you.”

Jared, SD

“I was very impressed with the ease and discretion of the testing process. I received my results quickly and quietly.”


“My husband has always mentioned that our two children maybe did not belong to him and accused me of being involved with his friend at the time that our children were conceived. I knew that this was not true. We finally decided to get a paternity test done to put an end to this. Sure enough, the results of the paternity test indicated greater than 99.9999% that he was the father of our children. Our family is now closer than ever before.”

R. Stern, Seattle, WA

“A++++. Near the date that my test was scheduled to be completed, I was so nervous that I ended up calling your lab almost once every hour. Thank you for putting up with me. I won’t forget your kindness.”

G. Lopez, NY, NY

The 4 different types of diabetes

Fruits and vegetables in a heart shaped bowl and a stethoscope and diabetes monitor
  • Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune condition where the body attacks the beta cells in the pancreas that make insulin. The result is that the body does not produce any insulin (or very little) and cannot control blood glucose levels. About 10% of diagnosed diabetics have type 1 diabetes, it usually occurs in childhood, and it is controlled with insulin.
  • Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, but can usually be prevented with healthy lifestyle choices. In type 2 diabetes, either the body doesn’t produce enough insulin, or the cells in the body don’t recognize the insulin that is present. This results in high blood glucose. Type 2 diabetes usually occurs in adulthood and can often be effectively managed through weight loss, diet, and exercise.
  • Pre-diabetes is also known as impaired glucose tolerance (IGT). It occurs when blood glucose is higher than normal, but not high enough to be considered diabetes. Pre-diabetes can often lead to type 2 diabetes, but diet and lifestyle changes can prevent the disease progression.
  • Gestational diabetes occurs when a pregnant woman has high levels of blood glucose, due to not enough insulin. A pregnant woman’s insulin needs are two to three times that of normal. Gestational diabetes is only temporary and usually disappears after pregnancy, but is associated with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes in the future.

How much is a DNA test?

DNA testing is fast and affordable. The price of a DNA Test will differ depending on the type of test

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