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It's All Relative? People With Neanderthal DNA Have Worse Experiences With COVID-19

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Published on October 1, 2020 - Duration: 00:41s

It's All Relative? People With Neanderthal DNA Have Worse Experiences With COVID-19

Some people carry biological links to their Neanderthal ancestors, and new research from Europe says in the current pandemic, that's not good news.

Modern humans and Neanderthals are known to have interbred at various points in history, resulting in an exchange of genes than can still be found today.

According to HuffPost, Neanderthal genes may increase the likelihood of suffering severe forms of COVID-19.

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