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- Go to https://livewello.com

- Create an account (For yourself, not your child)

- After registering, you will be signed into your account. Now create a profile for your child.

- Paste this link in your browser: https://livewello.com/data-...

- Check the permissions box labelled: “Share access to this app with Little learners Lodge”

- Click the “Install” button.

- Pay for subscription.

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A Standard Gene Report with information looks like this:  https://livewello.com/snps/... This sample contains some useful info worth sharing with your Doctor.

1) When your Gene report is created, click the Gene itself (or the "i" icon in a Template). Livewello will link 12 Learning Resources directly to each of the Genes in your report. They are: Medline, GHR, Google Scholar, dbSNP, Ensembl, Wiki Genes, SNPedia Wiki Genes, Malacards and PubMed. If the info is not readily available, re-enter your gene name or health condition into that resource's search box to check if any further information is ... ..more

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First, generate your 23andMe Gene Report by uploading your Raw Data to: https://livewello.com/snps

Then, share your #Livewello gene report with your Doctor (or anyone else):
- Go to your online gene variance report at: https://livewello.com/snps
- Just above the report there is a URL in a text box. Copy this URL and paste it into an email to your doctor
- When your Doctor (or anyone else) clicks on this link, they will be taken to a page which displays your report.
[They will be unable to view any other records in your Livewello account unless you ... ..more

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Whenever you need to find a SNP/Gene, first search the Gene Library at: https://livewello.com/snps/...
As long as a SNP is in your Raw Data with an rsiD, LiveWello will have it. Livewello comes with 600,000 SNPs!!!

If it's not in the library, use SNP Sandbox: https://livewello.com/snps/... 
Sandbox customizes Gene reports based on a Gene Name or any combination of SNPs. You can then share your template to the Gene Library and click “view report” to see your results for the SNPs in that Template.

EXAMPLE of Template built with SNP Sandbox ... ..more

First, generate your 23andMe Gene Report by uploading your Raw Data to: https://livewello.com/snps

Then, share your #Livewello gene report with your Doctor (or anyone else):
- Go to your online gene variance report at: https://livewello.com/snps
- Just above the report there is a URL in a text box. Copy this URL and paste it into an email to your doctor
- When your Doctor (or anyone else) clicks on this link, they will be taken to a page which displays your report.
[They will be unable to view any other records in your Livewello account unless you ... ..more

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How do I create a profile?

  3 years, 5 months ago

When you register for a free Livewello account, a profile is automatically created for you. To add more people to your account, such as family members:

- Click on the Profile selector at the top left of the page. This is the box with a photo icon and your name
- Click on "Add a new profile"
- Fill out the required form fields

There is no limit to the number of profiles you can create on Livewello

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The plus (+) and minus (-)signs indicate the presence or absence of a mutation at a SNP. The signs are not arranged in any particular order. The only way to tell which is from which parent, is to compare your genotype with the genotype from both parents. If you are +/- for a SNP and your mother is +/+, then it means your father must be -/-

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Annonymous

How can I share my Gene Report?

  3 years, 8 months ago

Due to frequent App updates, it is best to share a live version of your Report and not a PDF.

To share a live version of your Livewello 23andMe Gene Report:
1) Copy the link directly above your report
2) You can also paste that unique web link in your chat group as a topic for discussion.

Be careful about who you share that link with. If you share the link to your report publicly, anyone with a LiveWello account that clicks on the link, will be able to view it.
As the account holder, anytime someone clicks on it ... ..more

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What is GWAS?

  3 years, 3 months ago

Genome wide association studies as a methodology for studying complex genetic traits in humans - successes and limitations
Genome Wide Association Studies were first proposed in the mid-1990s as a way to study association between human genetic polymorphisms and complex, multigenic traits. Rather than measure all genetic variation present in each individual, approximately one million Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) are assayed as genetic landmarks, and scored for association with the trait of interest. Based on linkage disequilibrium, genes in close proximity to associated SNP landmarks are potential candidates for further investigation.

This technique is well-suited to identify susceptibility genes that are ... ..more

1) Go to https://livewello.com/snps/...
2) Click on "Explore GWAS". Type in the health condition and hit "Enter"
3) A list of SNPs & Genome-Wide Research Studies associated with that health condition will pull up.
4) Click on "Copy rsIDs to SNP Sandbox" to generate your results for those SNPs and Genes.
The example attached entered "Autism". Since this particular condition is already created and in the SNP Library, just click on this link to generate your Gene Report: https://livewello.com/snps/...
SNP Library: https://livewello.com/snps/...
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