Communicating the results of DNA tests has little or no impact on behavior, finds a study published in The BMJ.  After reviewing the results of 18 studies, researchers at the University of Cambridge found no significant effects of communicating DNA-based risk estimates on smoking cessation, diet, or physical activity. 

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