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Overeating While Breastfeeding Increases Baby's Risk of Obesity

Overeating While Breastfeeding Increases Baby's Risk of Obesity

Breastmilk is the best food for babies and should be exclusive until the six months. The benefits of breastfeeding, such as better immunity, for example, show throughout the child's life. However, American research has found that when the mother does not have a healthy and moderate diet during breastfeeding, the risk of obesity, diabetes, precocious puberty and reduced fertility is increased.

The research was done with guinea pigs at the University of Toledo, Ohio. The researchers divided rats into two groups. In one, the animals were fed fatty foods from the day they gave birth until weaning. In the other, they followed a regular diet.

Among the offspring of those who had an overly greasy diet, the prevalence of obesity and precocious puberty was higher than in the other group. The conclusion is that the breastfeeding phase is a critical time to influence when puberty will occur. "Our findings reinforce findings from earlier studies that found that childhood obesity caused early puberty and other metabolic diseases in adulthood "explains Mengjie Wang to the ENDO 2018 congress site, where the survey was presented.


Difficulties for getting pregnant can put a marriage in check

Difficulties for getting pregnant can put a marriage in check

"I promise to be faithful in joy and sorrow, in health and in sickness." It will be? I was thinking of this very traditional promise that thousands upon thousands of couples get married at the wedding ceremony, the vast majority of them repeating the words without realizing what they are really committing themselves to.

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Lack of cerebral oxygenation in fetuses increases the risk of ADHD

Lack of cerebral oxygenation in fetuses increases the risk of ADHD

Pediatrics . The survey looked at data from 82,000 children, all five years of age. The results showed that oxygen deprivation in the brain of a fetus increases the risk of ADHD in childhood on average by 16%. If the problem happens due to a pre-eclampsia scenario, the chances increase to 34%. If the lack of oxygen occurs because of a lung injury that prevents the baby's alveoli from remaining open (respiratory distress syndrome), this chance may be 47% higher.

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