Another site/tool for DNA Health Risk

In my last post I did used DNA to evaluate if a person was a good candidate for using Infliximab aka  Remicade. During the research I discovered a free tool and site to further ease DNA analysis. This site is actually easily to use than https://livewello.com/

The gotcha is you need to use the Safari Browser [Install here] and the site is http://www.eupedia.com/genetics/autoimmune_diseases_snp.shtml. It will prompt you to install  SnpTips Add On: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/snptips/

What do you get then?

Before the above (or on a different browser) you will see

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You will see:
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Clicking on this change item will show your values, plus quick links..

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The extra sweet thing is that this applies to ANY PAGE. For example, while browsing Pub Med pages

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This can save a lot of time, for example, for the SNPs above, I immediately know if I have the SNPs that are being investigated — in this case, I have one of them, so further reading may be worth while.