What will my baby look like?
It’s a question expectant parents have had for centuries as they await the birth of their little one. Now, a new app co-founded by Calvert County resident Jennifer Lescallett is predicting the answer.
BabyGlimpse uses a couple’s individual DNA to explore everything from a baby’s potential hair and eye color to whether it will be lactose intolerant, will prefer sweet or salty snacks or will sneeze when it looks toward the sun. It’s one of the latest examples of a growing direct-to-consumer genetic testing industry, where companies market genetic tests to consumers and then work with labs to sequence, analyze and interpret the customer’s...
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