Skip to comments.Early life stress 'changes' genes
Posted on 11/09/2009 11:55:52 AM PST by JoeProBono
A study in mice has hinted at the impact that early life trauma and stress can have on genes, and how they can result in behavioural problems. Scientists described the long-term effects of stress on baby mice in the journal Nature Neuroscience. Stressed mice produced hormones that "changed" their genes, affecting their behaviour throughout their lives. This work could provide clues to how stress and trauma in early life can lead to later problems...... The team found that mice that had been "abandoned" during their early lives were then less able to cope with stressful situations throughout their lives. The stressed mice also had poorer memories.....
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My jeans start turning summersalts and getting on a Greyhound every time someone says “Pioneers, O Pioneers!” I’m having a hard time keeping up.
My jeans dont fit like they use to. It seems there has been some shrinkage in the seat over the years. You would think they would make these things to last.
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