23andMe has rolled out a health hub where its customers can share information about their management of 18 common health conditions, according to Wired.

Unlike the reports that the company is most known for, the hub doesn't provide information on the likelihood that a person's genes will result in them having, for example, depression or allergies. Rather, the conditions and how they are being treated are self-reported by 23andMe's customers.

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