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Ep49: Kaleidoscope of Ethics

Nature versus Nurture? This age-old question takes us to our interesting topic on the ethics behind scientific research, specifically involving twins. Identical twins share the same genes, making them the perfect study subjects for testing the impact of environment and genetic makeup on anything from the aging process to vocal or facial recognition to mental health. But how far can/should you take it? According to the book Identical Strangers, apparently as far as separating multiple births intentionally in the name of research! Listen in as we get deep into the weeds on this one – it’s a doozy! Get ready for some heavy sighs as we pair our episode with Prisma Pinot Noir from Chile, as there are several facets to this topic…a kaleidoscope if you will!

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Ep23: A to Z: Anxiety and Gen Z

This week, we find ourselves mentally transported to our high school days, as we address recent protests by students who oppose mandatory academic presentations. Through social media, students launched an attack on in-class presentations with the argument that it makes them feel uncomfortable and for some, increases anxiety. The DBP girls try to get to the bottom of the real issue at hand and counter that it’s these skills that help prepare our youth for the future. You might need more than one glass to get through this episode, so pick up a bottle of A to Z and get ready to hit the books, uh, we mean get ready to hear the DBP views!

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