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Breakthrough Study Found The ‘Happiness Genes’

https://youtu.be/Nd7ffDXrw5U Everybody reacts to emotions differently. There are so many different ways that influence how one can experience emotions, and a new study suggests that DNA may be one of them. In a new study about human genetics, it was found that the "happiness gene" may affect how people experience happiness. For the very [...]

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Cerebral Palsy – It Can Be In Your Genes

It has long been the belief that cerebral palsy occurs when a child experiences a lack of oxygen during pregnancy or at birth; however, the Australian Collaborative Cerebral Palsy Research Group, based at the University of Adelaide's Robinson Research Institute, has found at least 14% of cerebral palsy cases are likely caused by a genetic [...]

A2 milk better for the gut than A1 milk

New Australian research suggests that consuming A1 milk can adversely affect the gastrointestinal tract compared with A2 milk. Forty-one men and women were recruited into the double-blind, randomised cross-over study run by Curtin University in Perth over eight weeks. For two weeks, participants underwent a 'washout' where they cut out dairy from their diets. This was followed by two [...]

Binge drinkers continue practice in pregnancy, study finds

More than half of women who binge drink continue to do so during pregnancy, an Australian study has found, with fewer than one in five following guidelines to abstain from alcohol. A study of 1577 women who drank alcohol before becoming pregnant found many did not alter their consumption after conception. Researchers from the University [...]