Drama queens - we've all met one, and you might be one. Some of us avoid drama, for others, it's their life; they live it, they breath it, and we can now confirm, they also inherit it. According to a new study being dramatic is in your genes. Auckland University nanoscientist Michelle Dickinson says: "The word drama queen implies that it is just women. But it's not; it's both men and women. They are both equally able to have it. "It's called the ADRA2B gene and it's a variant of the DNA that is slightly different than regular people. It's passed down and genetic, and it's not always a bad thing. " Watch the full interview with Michelle Dickinson.
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