A new study conducted on mice by researchers from Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) suggests that a woman's risk of anxiety and dysfunctional social behavior may be determined by the experiences of her parents, particularly fathers, when they were young. According to the study, stress caused by chronic social instability during childhood could cause epigenetic changes in sperm cells which can in turn lead to psychiatric disorders in female offspring for many generations to come.
It is a good news for all working mothers, as a new research claims that working mother are healthier at age 40 than those who stay at home. Assistant Sociology Professor Adrianne Frech and co-author Sarah Damaske of Pennsylvania State University analyzed data of 2,540 women giving birth for the first time between 1978 and 1995.
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