“ explains all this in clear, no-nonsense prose. . . . One particularly excellent chapter explains epigenetic change through the body of steroid-addled baseball player José Canseco, from his brain to his testicles.”
“Francis’s primer introduces a new field. It’s a thorough guide to the many ways in which personality and health can play out through our genes but not be coded for in DNA.”
About the Author
Richard C. Francis
is a writer who has a PhD in biology from Stony Brook University. He is the author of Why Men Won't Ask for Directions
. He lives in New York City.