Mums-to-be with unhealthy diets are '...

Mums-to-be with unhealthy diets are 'more likely to have badly behaved children'

There are 3 comments on the Daily Mail story from Aug 21, 2013, titled Mums-to-be with unhealthy diets are 'more likely to have badly behaved children'. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

Children with a high intake of junk food also have increased symptoms of depression and anxiety and are more susceptible to aggressive outbursts and tantrums.

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Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Aug 21, 2013
And vaccinated ones.


#2 Sep 24, 2013
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