A Mother’s Diet Changes Baby’s Genes

A healthful diet during pregnancy results in a healthy baby.  This is common sense and universally known to be true.  But research has discovered that a woman’s diet at the time of conception can permanently impact the genetic code of her baby.   The genes of the baby are forever changed by mom’s diet before…

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Daughters Get Breast Cancer Sooner than their Mothers

The genetic markers BRCA1 and BRCA2 indicate an increased likelihood of developing breast cancer. A recent study shows that children with these genetic markers will develop breast or ovarian cancer much earlier than their cancer prone parents did.The research was done at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The doctors were able to…

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Genetic Defect Causes Promiscuity and Infidelity.

Justin Garcia and a team of researchers at Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York, have just published a study showing a genetic basis for human sexual promiscuity and infidelity. This is the first study of its kind.Sexual promiscuity is noncommittal sexual intercourse with non-monogamous partners, or a “one-night stand.” Sexual infidelity was defined in this study as…

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