Evidence Shows Trauma Can Be Passed Down To Future Generations Through Epigenetics

But it’s not all bad news

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When we think of what we inherit genetically from our parents, traits like our smile or hair may come to mind first. Or perhaps our laugh or stubbornness. But what if we also took on their traumatic experiences? What if our children inherit them too, along with our own? Would we pay…

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I wonder about humanity, questions with no answers, and new discoveries. Then I write about them. Get my newsletter: https://curiousadventure.substack.com/

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