Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Stressed Pregnant Women | Asthma

Research from Children of the 90s study have discovered that pregnant women who undergo pressures that make them stressful are likely to have a child with asthma. The study has found nervous pregnant women have a 60% chance to deliver a baby that would develop asthma. Less stressful moms to be reported a lower incident of their child developing this illness. The discovery was a total surprise as the researchers were finding ways to improve the quality of childcare. Doctors are now advised to council expecting mothers to develop a healthy, less stressful lifestyle to lower the chance of asthma from occurring.



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