The Overall Wellness Extended Panel consists of health and wellness indicators that aim to understand, at a metabolic level, what is going on inside of your body. This panel contains multiple wellness screening tests that look at your thyroid function, risk of cardiovascular disease, potential for stroke and heart attacks, if you have a vitamin D deficiency, vital inflammation markers and more for a good overview of your current health status.
As we get older, our endocrine system output alters and several important hormone levels in our bodies that are normally responsible for maximum health, wellness, and quality of life. This panel will inform you if these hormone levels become dangerously abnormal.
An estimated 1.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from severe dry eye disorders that are not resolved using off-the-shelf, prescription eye drops or other methods. Worse, severe dry eye disorders have tripled over the last decade. Serum eye drops have been well proved to be an effective treatment for people having severe dry eyes that are not resolved by other treatments.
Can’t wait until the 20-week ultrasound to know the gender of your baby? SneakPeek Clinical by Gateway Genomics is a non-invasive blood test that detects male DNA. SneakPeek Clinical is 99.1% accurate and results are returned as early as 2 days, for simple, fast gender results you can trust.
When considering your health and wellness, its good to create a baseline so you are aware of any adjustments that need to be made to stay on track toward reaching your personal health goals. The AML Basic Wellness Panel will help provide a baseline understanding of key health factors that assess your red blood cells, […]
Fragile X syndrome is a genetic condition that can cause a range of learning and developmental problems. These can include: intellectual disability hyperactivity or attention deficit disorder (ADD) anxiety autism spectrum disorder seizures hypotonia Some children with fragile X may also have mildly characteristic features such as prominent ears. Fragile X is more common in […]