Mothers who are overweight before becoming pregnant can rob their baby of up to 17 years of life 



Women who are overweight before becoming pregnant could take years off their baby’s life.
Almost a third of women of child-bearing age are obese or overweight, as the nation’s waistlines expand.
A study now shows every point increase in a mother’s BMI, from a healthy level and above, before they fall pregnant can cut the equivalent of 18 months off their child’s life expectancy.
The most obese women could rob their baby of 17 years of life, though some time can be regained if they grow up with a healthy lifestyle.
Scientists at Hasselt University in Belgium worked this out using telomeres -... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail
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