Research shows the hormone that allows female mammals to feed their young also affects their brains, encouraging nurturing behavior

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(Natural News) The survival instinct is inherent in us all, as is evidenced by a recent study by researchers from New Zealand. The team of University of Otago scientists discovered that the hormone prolactin, best known for its role in milk production, also helps solidify the nurturing bond between mother and child, reported Science Daily….

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