...And a certain mutation in DRD2 seemed to set off a young man if he did not have regular meals with his family.
"But if people with the same gene have a parent who has regular meals with them, then the risk is gone," Guo said.
"Having a family meal is probably a proxy for parental involvement," he added. "It suggests that parenting is very important."...
Hmmm, who would have thought?
Thanks, Mom, for the family dinners!