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Well, one of the professors at my former university (specialized in genetics) told us that we know very little about epigenetic changes. I think, but I'm not sure, that she said that some epigenetics marks remain from parents to offspring. But mostly the problem of the study is that it has a sample of only 32 individuals, so it can't be extrapolated to the population that it studies (Holocaust survivors that have children). I find that the experiences with mice that are exposed on the last paragraphs are quite important though.
Blues and Roots - Charles Mingus Ptah el Daoud / A Monastic Trio - Alice Coltrane Karma - Pharoah Sanders (it has a very uncommon sound) Soultrane - John Coltrane (it was the album that initiated me to jazz, so I might be biased about this one)
I'm also a pretty new jazz fan, been listening to it for 2-3 years only but I love that there's so much artists and subgenres. Lately I've been enjoying listening to some acid jazz, bossanova mixed with jazz,...
After reading the article I feel that the author is biased. I find that she justifies every extra right by just giving a few situations where this right can be abused by women. I also have to clarify that I'm from Europe, so I don't understand why men don't have the 1st (circuncision is apparently pretty common in the US) and 2nd right. But I agree that women as they give birth, should have more rights concerning their offspring. I also consider that some women abuse this power, but I don't think these rights can be denied to them