Study: male role in offspring’s brain development

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A new study from Indiana University provides evidence in mice that males may play a positive role in the development…

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Study: male role in offspring’s brain development

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A new study from Indiana University provides evidence in mice that males may play a positive role in the development of offspring’s brains starting before pregnancy. The research, reported in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, found that female mice exposed to male pheromones gave birth to infants with greater […]

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