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Research on Aging Stress in the Womb

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April 21, 2013
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The risk of suffering diabetes or a stroke in later years may be influenced by what we experience in the womb. Medical researchers at Jena's University Hospital are investigating the long-term effects of prenatal stress on children now 8-10 years old.


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