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Baby girls who are born by C-section could be at higher risk of becoming obese and developing type 2 diabetes, study claims

Girls born by caesarean section face a greater risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes compared to those delivered by a natural birth, researchers claim. Harvard University researchers found that women born by c-section face an 11 per cent higher risk of obesity and a 46 per cent greater risk of type 2 diabetes. This could be due to differences in the type of microbes girls born naturally are exposed to in their mothers birth canal, the researchers say. Read more....

 

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