Environmental influence on epigenetics

| | May 15, 2012
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It is called epigenetics. This is where at the microscopic level the genes should function normal but something in the environment causes them to malfunction. Now there is new information that suggests that the environment your ancestors lived in and the different chemicals such as pesticides and fungicides they were exposed to could affect a woman’s ovaries.

View the original article here: Environmental Influence On Epigenetics – KYW Newsradio

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