Exercise alters sperm RNAs and may help the mental health of male offspring
New research from scientists at the Florey Institute (Victoria, Australia) shows that exercise levels alter mouse sperm small noncoding RNAs and induces a transgenerational modiﬁcation of male offspring conditioned fear and anxiety. These results emphasize the importance of the paternal environment and lifestyle.
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