This video documents new research findings on ways that genes of children of Holocaust survivors mirror the epigenetic stress imprints of their parents, despite the fact that they had no direct experience of the stress. This brings to light further scientific evidence of epigenetic mechanisms of trauma transmission from one generation to the next.




Source article: ‘Study finds trauma effects may linger in body chemistry of next generation’




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