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Finger length ‘could provide a clue’ to one’s sexual orientation, study finds – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com Finger length 'could provide a clue' to one's sexual orientation, study findsNBCNews.com“This suggests that the female twins who identified as lesbian may have been exposed to higher levels of testosterone than their straight co-twins during early development,” Tuesday Watts, a psychology lecturer and the study's lead author, told NBC …and more » twins research – […]

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Finger length ‘could provide a clue’ to one’s sexual orientation, study finds – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com Finger length 'could provide a clue' to one's sexual orientation, study findsNBCNews.com“This suggests that the female twins who identified as lesbian may have been exposed to higher levels of testosterone than their straight co-twins during early development,” Tuesday Watts, a psychology lecturer and the study's lead author, told NBC …and more » twins research – […]

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Finger length ‘could provide a clue’ to one’s sexual orientation, study finds – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com Finger length 'could provide a clue' to one's sexual orientation, study findsNBCNews.com“This suggests that the female twins who identified as lesbian may have been exposed to higher levels of testosterone than their straight co-twins during early development,” Tuesday Watts, a psychology lecturer and the study's lead author, told NBC …Could Your Finger Length Determine […]

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How FINGER LENGTH could reveal your sexuality: Study finds women with more ‘male’ hands – where the ring and … – Daily Mail

Heart How FINGER LENGTH could reveal your sexuality: Study finds women with more 'male' hands – where the ring and …Daily MailThe length of a person's fingers could provide a clue to their sexuality, with women whose ring fingers are longer than their index digits more likely to be lesbian, a study has suggested. Researchers […]

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No evidence separating twins boosts academic achievement, research finds – iNews

iNews No evidence separating twins boosts academic achievement, research findsiNewsThere is no strong evidence that separating twins into different classes at school improves their academic achievement, research has shown. The study warns there should be no “strict” rules in schools on keeping twins apart, and argues that the … twins research – Google News

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‘Inseparable’ Finds Pride, Indignity and Irony in the Lives of Siamese Twins Chang and Eng – New York Times

New York Times 'Inseparable' Finds Pride, Indignity and Irony in the Lives of Siamese Twins Chang and EngNew York TimesThe 19th-century lives of Chang and Eng Bunker, the original “Siamese twins,” were all the more extraordinary for how ordinary they became — at least according to what the times, and their conjoined bodies, would allow. […]

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Astronaut’s gene expression no longer same as his identical twin, NASA finds – CNN

Space.com Astronaut's gene expression no longer same as his identical twin, NASA findsCNNThe researchers learned that spaceflight is associated with oxygen-deprivation stress, increased inflammation and dramatic nutrient shifts that affect gene expression. In particular, Chris Mason of Weill Cornell Medicine reported on the activation of …No, space did not permanently alter 7 percent of Scott […]

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Astronaut’s gene expression no longer same as his identical twin, NASA finds – CNN

Space.com Astronaut's gene expression no longer same as his identical twin, NASA findsCNNThe researchers learned that spaceflight is associated with oxygen-deprivation stress, increased inflammation and dramatic nutrient shifts that affect gene expression. In particular, Chris Mason of Weill Cornell Medicine reported on the activation of …No, space did not permanently alter 7 percent of Scott […]

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Astronaut’s DNA no longer matches identical twin’s after time in space, NASA finds – wreg.com

wreg.com Astronaut's DNA no longer matches identical twin's after time in space, NASA findswreg.comNEW YORK — Spending a year in space not only changes your outlook, it transforms your genes. Preliminary results from NASA's Twins Study reveal that 7% of astronaut Scott Kelly's genes did not return to normal after his return to Earth two […]

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Brazilian Team Finds Clue to Congenital Zika Syndrome – Folha de S.Paulo

Brazilian Team Finds Clue to Congenital Zika SyndromeFolha de S.PauloOver the years, she and her team at the Human Genome Research Centre had helped close to 30,000 patients, after identifying genes responsible for muscular dystrophies, mainly neuromuscular. "But [after hearing more about the birth defects] this caught …and more » twins research – Google News

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