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Epigenetics News Articles Put Too Much Pressure On Moms
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How Nutrition In One Generation Can Change The Genetics Of The Next
A Cambodian case study finds that people developing diabetes today have parents who went hungry in the 1970s.
We Incorporate Genetic Information From the Food We Eat, New Study Finds
Research at Nanjing University has found that strands of RNA from vegetables make it into our bloodstream after we eat … Continued
For Test-Tube Babies, Synthetic Environment Could Cause Lasting Genetic Damage
Thirty-two years after the birth of the world’s first test-tube baby, artificial conception has never been more popular or successful. … Continued