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New study finds that nutrition deficiencies in the womb can affect multiple generations

  • Sat, 12 Aug 2017 20:32
(Natural News) The effects of poor nutrition are not limited to a single generation. A new study published in The FASEB Journal has suggested that parents who received inadequate nutrition in the womb can impact their own children’s growth. Specifically, mothers who were malnourished in utero can bear smaller babies, while fathers who experienced the...
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