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Your Partner’s Genome May Affect Your Health
Your Partner’s Genome May Affect Your Health
A study using data from more than 80,000 couples finds evidence of indirect genetic effects on traits ranging from smoking habits to mental health.
Your Partner’s Genome May Affect Your Health
Your Partner’s Genome May Affect Your Health

A study using data from more than 80,000 couples finds evidence of indirect genetic effects on traits ranging from smoking habits to mental health.

A study using data from more than 80,000 couples finds evidence of indirect genetic effects on traits ranging from smoking habits to mental health.

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