Your fetal cells are most likely still living inside your mother, even if she had you several decades ago

It turns out that the bonds between a mother and her child are not merely psychological or even genetic: During pregnancy, the mother and the fetus literally exchange cells, leaving identifiable bits and pieces of the child inside the mother – and vice versa – for decades after birth.

A scientifically correct Mother’s Day card might read,

“Although you think I am far away, I am always with you”

Source Via Boston Globe.

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