The uterus may play a role in memory

Rats that had their uterus removed had memory deficits

pregnant belly

UNDERAPPRECIATED  Often thought of as a useless organ when it’s not growing a baby, the uterus may have an important role in certain kinds of memory, a study in rats suggests.

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