|Genome Link - Knowledge Base|
The health report includes your risk of some diseases, as well as things like physical traits, personality (mental health), intelligence, nutrition, and fitness. Unfortunately, the way it presents your results is very technical and confusing. It does not explain your results in plain English so that most people can understand it easily. What's more, is that the section which is easier to understand does not even include your personal results.
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|Exploring my genome|
There is a "Help" button in the lower right, but it's just a short FAQ which really doesn't tell you much more than what I've just explained.
Conclusion: While you do get a good amount of health reports for free, they are fairly useless for the average individual as they do not explain, in plain English, what they mean. And while you can also get many more reports for the $89 fee, it would still be useless unless you're an genetic academic and can understand the medical publications. If they were to add better interpretations of the results so most people could understand them, this could be a very comprehensive health report, especially given what you get for free. As for the $89 fee, you can get just as many reports (which are much easier to understand) from Promethease.com for a mere $5, so the Genome Link's fee seems extremely high, even if, as I write this, it's on sale for only $39.