C-section births are tied to higher levels of liver fat, study finds

11/23/2011 | Daily Mail (London), The

Data on 62 newborns showed that those who were delivered via cesarean section had higher levels of fat in their livers than those born naturally. Important metabolic processes in the liver and fat handling may be altered if a baby is born through C-section, researchers at the Imperial College London noted.

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