Babies Born In The Spring Could Be At Risk! Shocking New Study!

Thu, June 9, 2011 6:30pm EDT by 2 Comments

A recent study conducted by the University of Oxford suggests the amount of sunlight exposed to an expecting mother can alter the health of the unborn child.

Babies born in the fall are said to live the longest, while those in the spring are not! “It seems absurd that the month you are born or conceived can affect your future life chances,” chairman of circadian neuroscience at the Oxford University Russell Foster told The Daily Mail. “But how long you live and how likely you are to develop a range of diseases, including devastating conditions such as schizophrenia, all appear to be associated with the month of birth.”

Those born in November are said to live the longest and healthiest lifestyles. It is also believed that the vitamin D plays a significant role in the baby’s health and well-being.

Foster also added, “The nice thing is you have a natural control for these results, by looking in the southern hemisphere, where you often see the seasonal patterns shifted by six months.”

–Amber Belus

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Courtney

Posted at 8:02 AM on June 10, 2011  

this study is a load of bull crap how long you live is mainly affected by how you live your life and family history of certain illnesses diabetes heart disease cancer and alzhiemers among them. Nell Newman for example will probably live to be in her 80’s as both her did/have her dad Paul died of cancer at age 83 september 26th 2008 and her mother Joanne Woodward turned 81 last February 27th

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B

Posted at 2:30 AM on June 10, 2011  

It’s Oxford university not the university of Oxford.

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