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Why Do Adopted Children Turn Against Their Adopted Parents
Nature/nurture: As children develop they are shaped by two factors, their genetics and their enviornment. The mental health of the parent would impact both. Genetically many mental health disorers are generationally passed on. The stability of a parent greatly affects the child developmentally. Different theories of development identify different levels of impact. Overall, most theories agree childhood is. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Untreated syphilis can be passed to a newborn at any stage of pregnancy, but is more likely transferred if it is acquired for the first time during pregnancy. It is standard practice for OBs and hospitals to test for this STD during pregnancy or during labor. It can be treated prior to or after delivery with good result for the newborn.Cured parents do not transfer the germ ...Read more
No: In order to have rh negative blood, you must have 2 rh negative genes - one from each of the parents. With 2 parents who are rh negative, the only possibility is for both to pass an rh negative gene to offspring, making all of the children they make rh negative. There are not any dominant rh positive genes in either parent to make any rh positive kids. ...Read more
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