WHAT DOCTORS READ:BIRTH WEIGHT LINK TO BLOOD PRESSURE

Further evidence shows that a baby’s development in the womb can influence its health in later life.


A study among 476 middle class infants in the Netherlands has revealed that babies born either under or overweight had high blood pressure.


Those with a low birth weight had greater gains in weight and blood pressure during the first four years, while those with a high birthweight tended to have high blood pressure at birth which was sustained over the four years.

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