Babies feel touch in their DNA: Infants who were held more have a different molecular profile than children who had a lack of contact

Babies feel touch in their DNA: Infants who were held more have a different molecular profile than children who had a lack of contact
(Natural News) Physical contact between babies and their caregivers doesn’t just foster emotional bonds — it also affects infants on a molecular level. This was the conclusion that researchers from the University of British Columbia and BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute came to in their landmark study. Though far from just impacting children in their…
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