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Should Depressed People Avoid Having Children?

Maia Szalavitz healthland.time.com Is it really more responsible for people with depression or other psychological problems to forgo bearing children in order to avoid passing on their “bad” genes? Comedian Sarah Silverman, who routinely courts controversy with her edgy humor, … Continue reading

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Is Our Health Determined By Our Genes?

Dr. Frank Lipman Huffington Post Your mom had breast cancer, dad had high blood pressure. Seems inevitable that you’re headed for both — or are you? Are bad genes really destiny or are they flexible, modifiable, even changeable? The answers … Continue reading

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