Diane Pham

Scientists Discover Children’s Cells Living In Their Mothers’ Brains

by , 02/07/13
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brain cells, baby cells, mother cells, baby brain cells, mother baby bond, mother baby connection, bonding, mother bond, baby bond, baby dna

Separated at birth? That’s what we believe happens when a mother finally delivers her child. But a new study shows that the mother-baby connection may not end so soon. The study findings, published in PLOS ONE, reveal that male cells have been found in the brains of women, sometimes decades after a woman had given birth. So, are there any implications?

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