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ADRA2B: The Genetic Variation that Determines Our Emotional Reactions

A new scientific study validates how truly awesome we are. It’s a tough world out there for a person who is super sensitive. If you’re a woman and you’re sensitive, people think of you as being fragile or crazy. If you’re a man and you’re […]
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