Angela Natividad

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Angela Natividad graduated with degrees in Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.

In university, Angela was an athletic scholar and dabbled in different leadership roles for her organizations and her classes and even edited the school paper’s lifestyle wing. After graduating, she entered directly into an editorial role for several online magazines and has been contributing articles both locally and internationally about a host of topics–from her own passions to film criticism and even to creative writing endeavors. She also took on more digital and content marketing roles to better understand content and how it moves and shapes the digital landscape.

Latest articles from the author

Genetic Testing Market Growth Statistics

The direct-to-consumer genetic testing (DTC-GT) market has become wildly popular in recent years, driven by technological advancements, increasing consumer awareness, and a growing interest in personalized healthcare and ancestry information. As the market continues to expand, it’s crucial to examine the current market size, projected growth, key factors driving this growth, and the potential challenges […]

Online Genetic Testing Sales Analysis

If you’re curious about your family history or any genetic predispositions you may have, you’re not alone. Online genetic testing has skyrocketed in recent years, fueled by technological advancements and the availability of direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing services. Understanding the current market size, growth trends, and key drivers is crucial for businesses, investors, and consumers […]

Privacy Concerns in DNA Testing Examination

The rise of direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing has changed how people think about and access information about their ancestry, health risks, and personal traits. However, as the popularity of these services grows, so do concerns about the privacy and security of genetic data. A study published in the journal PLOS ONE found that 36.5% of […]

False Positives in Genetic Testing Statistics

Genetic testing has become increasingly popular in recent years, offering valuable insights into people’s health, ancestry, and potential genetic risks. However, the accuracy of these tests has come under scrutiny, particularly because of the incidence of false positive results. False positives occur when a test indicates the presence of a genetic variant or condition, but […]