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Spotted this article on the BBC news site

Good to see it hitting more mainstrem thinking  

Shame it only mentions the possible bad effects rather than stressing the positive influences the mother's diet can have on her unborn child.

Me A+, my son O+, my other half O+
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It is a start.  Sensational journalism is easier and more profitable than responsible journalism.

We are in the middle of a wasteland in terms of decent science journalism.  Reading the New Scientist for about 5 years may have contributed to this pessimism.

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