Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Babies Conceived in May More Likely to Be Born Prematurely, Study Finds

It turns out that it does matter what time of year you’re born — at least when it comes to your health.We’re not talking about in the Athena Starwoman horoscope way, but in actual measurable health data. And what’s important may not be the month you’re born in but more the month in which you were conceived (which, after all, does dictate when you’re born).
According to the study from Princeton University, there’s a 10% higher rate of prematurity among babies conceived in May.

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