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Dad genes: Being a good father may be genetic

Lauren Vinopal | 
[A] team of Harvard researchers has located specific DNA segments that influence paternal behaviors, the closest scientist have come to finding the “dad genes” ...
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Why do people with autism tend to repeat themselves? It may be genetics

Lauren Vinopal | 
April is Autism Awareness Month and even MIT scientists are getting in on the action with compelling new genetic research...[R]esearchers ...