Researchers May Be Able to Predict Obesity at Birth

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A group of researchers have identified a possible indicator of future obesity for infants. Dr. Elsie Taveras is a pediatrician and a researcher at Harvard University. Taveras led a study to determine the growth rates of infants and how they affect could predict the likelihood infants will become obese later in life.

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Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Nov 9, 2011
More "RESEARCHERS SAY" bee ess. Its meaningless garbage that needs no intervention other than parents need to learn how to raise children in the old fashioned way. Don't buy video games, shut off TV's. Get off you fat A'S and get some excercise. Buy proper food, etc, etc.

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