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Life in the Womb: The Origin of Health and Disease

by Peter W. Nathanielsz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0916859568, Hardcover)

A story that will change your ideas about health and disease. Full of revolutionary and iconoclastic ideas impacting all our lives and the lives of generations of children as yet unborn.

* How we are ushered into life will affect how we leave it.

* Diseases such as diabetes can be passed transgenerationally from mother to daughter and from daughter to granddaughter by nongenetic mechanisms.

* The idea that our health is programmed in the womb is supported by life-time health records of babies born at the beginning of this century which show that birthweight is closely linked to health in later life.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:14 -0400)

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