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Prince Ea Uncovers His Roots Through MyHeritage DNA

We’re excited to announce a partnership with the popular spoken-word artist, Prince Ea. Prince Ea is an American rapper, music video director and rights activist from St Louis, Missouri...

 

On the Road Again: Genealogy East Coast Tour 2017

It’s that time of the year when I live “in a suitcase,” as my wife jokes. For some people, spring means flowers, beautiful weather, trips to the country or longer...

 

Easter Competition Winner

We recently asked our readers to search for our Easter image in three old blog posts on the MyHeritage blog for the chance to win a MyHeritage DNA test...

 

Meet the Team: Hagar Chen

Hagar Chen, 25, is a young programmer, who lives in central Israel, and has three older brothers. She’s been married for 18 months. When she and her husband began...

 

Easter Egg Hunt — Win a MyHeritage DNA kit!

Easter is an exciting time of year — the weather improves, flowers begin to bloom, and we see the first signs of new life and rebirth in nature. It’s...

 

Guest Post: My MyHeritage DNA Experience

This is a guest post by genealogist James L. Tanner, a retired trial attorney from Arizona now living in Utah. He is the author of two popular genealogy blogs, Genealogy’s...

 

Guest Post: Introduction to Genetic Genealogy

This is a guest post by Legacy Tree Genealogists. They provide full-service genealogical research for clients worldwide, helping them discover their roots and personal history through records, narratives, and...

 

MyHeritage DNA Featured on Fox and Friends

Fox News recently invited MyHeritage to the channel’s Fox & Friends morning show to talk about MyHeritage DNA and to help the show’s hosts learn more about each host’s...

 

Scandal! Dealing With Skeletons In Your Family Tree

This is a guest post by W. Scott Fisher, the creator and host of Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show, heard on dozens of radio stations in the US...

 

What song played the day you were born?

Music has always been an intrinsic part of our daily lives. When music was first broadcast over the radio in the early 1920s, popular singers and musicians reached a wide...

 

Generational Tag Team: Practical tips for working together on your genealogical research

This is a guest post by Kimberley Fowler, a Canadian writer and editor dedicated to improving seniors’ lives through education, activism, volunteerism and community programs. She is an active volunteer...

 

What Was Life Like for Women 100 Years Ago?

Today, March 8, marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments of women throughout history. We decided to survey our collection of more than 7 billion...