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What Does DNA Tell Us

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What Does DNA Tell Us

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Can a mother’s stress have an impact on her child’s biology 15 years later?  Dr. Szyf helps us understand the link between early maternal stress and a child’s phenotype later in life.  Dr. Szyf gives the example of a study that was done on the 1998 Quebec Ice storm and its impact. 

Featuring: 
Dr. Moshe Szyf
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