Anxiety in monkeys is linked to hereditary brain traits

Brain activity patterns tied to anxiety get passed down from parent to offspring

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WORRY WOES  Brain changes linked to anxiety can be passed down through family trees, a generation-spanning study of monkeys suggests.

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