The Love Drug Gene

Researchers at the University at Buffalo and the University of California, Irvine have shown that a person’s penchant for being kind may be more related to their genetic makeup than previously thought. According to lead author Michel Poulin, individuals with certain genetic forms of the Oxytocin receptor are more prone to pro-social activities such as the urge to give to charity, pay taxes, report crime, give blood or sit on juries.

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