Tinnitus can be passed from mother to daughter
A survey by the University of Florida, published by the British Medical Journal proves that seasickness According to the survey, conducted with 500,000 pairs of mothers and daughters, about 30% of the daughters suffered with the same symptoms observed in their mothers during gestation
About 45% of the volunteers had similar nausea, but not to the same degree, and only 25% of them did not present any problems.
The researchers explain that this is because the genetic load that characterizes the fragility of certain substances in pregnancy causing nausea is transmitted from mother to daughter and therefore the chances of the symptoms repeating is up to 70%.
For the researchers, such results signal a breakthrough in studies on genetically modified ica symptoms that manifest themselves through symptoms, but further studies are needed to better understand this relationship.
Depression is present in 1% to 2% of pre-school children and between 3% to 8% of adolescents. By the end of adolescence, one in five children will have had a more or less severe depressive episode. Epidemiological studies suggest that depression is more common in poorer countries. Symptoms The symptoms of depression in children are the same as in adults.
The other day, I was visiting a school that was beginning my school year. There were several very small children in adjustment. Some mothers wept, others seemed restless, others irritated. The children were crying now, sometimes showing interest and curiosity. A very disturbing situation. Little by little, each one was taken to his room, accompanied by the teacher, "the aunt", and the little friends.