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+ - Does crime leave a genetic trace?->

Submitted by gallifreyan99
gallifreyan99 (3502381) writes "Scientists have spent decades trying to understand and fix social problems like violence and alcoholism, usually focusing on the poor and disadvantaged. But now a small band of researchers is claiming that biology plays a vitally important role—because trauma can change you at a genetic level that gets passed on to kids, grandkids, and perhaps even beyond. Astonishing story."
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Does crime leave a genetic trace?

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