Exposure to household pollutants may reduce chances of getting pregnant

Pregnancy complications can also affect the baby’s health later in life

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“These findings are important because traditionally, the thinking has been that a person’s risk of developing heart disease begins after birth — the same for everyone,” said study lead author Karthik K. Venkatesh, MD, PhD. Starts at the point.”

Karthik K Venkatesh is a maternal-fetal medicine subspecialist and assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, assistant professor of epidemiology, and director of the Gestational Diabetes Program at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.

“These data show that this is not the case and that what happens in the womb can have an impact on the child throughout his life,” he said.

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