Babies born via C-section have higher obesity risk

12/12/2012 | Reuters

An analysis in the International Journal of Obesity showed children born via cesarean section were up to 40% more likely than vaginally born children to become obese in childhood. However, researchers said that while the results do not show a causal relationship, the link between C-section births and obesity should not be neglected.

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