Commitmentphobic? It May Be In Your Genes Researchers say they've found a genetic variation that may be responsible for weakening some men's ability to be monogamous. We break down the findings and what they mean for relationships.
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Commitmentphobic? It May Be In Your Genes

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Commitmentphobic? It May Be In Your Genes

Commitmentphobic? It May Be In Your Genes

Commitmentphobic? It May Be In Your Genes

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Researchers say they've found a genetic variation that may be responsible for weakening some men's ability to be monogamous. Alex Chadwick speaks with Nell Greenfieldboyce about the study conducted at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.