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Conservationists have found a new way to test the genes of endangered species to make sure they’re not inbreeding too much—by looking at their placentas.
Site provides instant biographies and personal timelines for ancestors, saving genealogists time. Oswego, IL (PRWEB) January 15, 2015 HistoryLines, a
Americans who identify themselves as being from distinct ethnic groups may wish to reconsider, following the findings of a new genetic study that show mixed ancestry may extend further than previously thought.
Following yesterday’s grand jury decision not to criminally indict Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager, Michael Brown, American Anthropological
A loving marriage has been shown to provide all kinds of physical and emotional benefits to both partners; however, a bad marriage can literally be a heartbreaker.
Arizona’s Children Association kinship service providers were one of only seven kinship programs throughout the nation invited by Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) to present at the National
A Rutgers study has found that when it comes to how satisfied a man is with his life, a wife who is happy in their marriage is more important than how the man feels about any other aspect of the union.
Letting your child know they are going to be an older sister or brother can be an intimidating conversation. Dr.
Save The Marriage made by Lee H. Baucom is a newly updated marriage course for men who want to learn how to start creating the marriage of their dreams.