WASHINGTON (Reuters) - No need to curse that bad driver weaving in and out of the lane in front of you -- he cannot help it, U.S. researchers reported Wednesday. They found that people with a particular gene variant performed more than 20 percent worse on a driving test than people with a different DNA sequence. The study may explain why there are so many bad drivers out there -- about 30 percent of Americans have the variant, the team at the University of California Irvine found. ...
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