Study: Opposites actually do attract

A new Brazilian study says people are more likely to subconsciously choose a mate whose genetic makeup is different to their own.

Researchers found evidence married couples are more likely to have genetic differences in a DNA region governing the immune system.

Scientists believe this is an evolutionary strategy to ensure healthy reproduction because genetic variability is an advantage for offspring.

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