Is your mom warmer with her grandkids than with you? A new study says blame biology

You’re not just imagining it, according to a new study.

Unlike other primates, humans rely on one another to help raise their children, and often those offspring do better when they have other adults, like their grandmothers, involved in their lives, said lead study author James Rilling, a professor of anthropology and professor of psychiatry…

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