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Woman Arrested In Utah After Corpses of Seven Babies Found

Police in the state of Utah have arrested a woman after having found in her former home the corpses of seven babies that were hidden in cardboard boxes. Megan Huntsman, a 39 year old woman, has been detained in Pleasant Grove after this macabre discovery at the house in which she lived until 2011, according to police sources. Police were alerted by one of the current occupants of housing, who was cleaning the garage and after finding a box more than suspicious they realized the horrific discovery. The captain of the local police Michael Roberts, said that they opened the box and found the…
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Being Born Small or Premature Can Lead to Infertility

It is increasingly clear that fetal development influences subsequent life events. Since the cardiovascular risk to the possibilities of developing different diseases may be influenced by what has been experienced in the womb or shortly after leaving it. Now, a study published in the journal BMJ Open, shows that the physical characteristics of girls at birth can affect the chances of being infertile when they become older . Specifically, the study says, a birth weight less than expected (low weight for gestational age) or smaller in size could double the risk of not being able to have children as adults.…
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Older Men Are Linked to Diseases In Children

A wide variety of diseases and psychological disorders in school-age children are linked to the fact that they are children of older men. So says an extensive joint investigation by Indiana University and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden where million people were studied. The researchers noted that these diseases are caused by mutations in sperm in older men. Among the diseases that were included in the study, high rates of autism, bipolar depression, schizophrenia, attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity among others were reported. This study has been defined as one of the most comprehensive and rigorous on the topic.
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