澳门金沙游戏网站注册:Pregnancy drug can affect grandkids too


By Alison Motluk DOCTORS treating a woman at risk of having a premature baby may inadvertently be affecting her future grandchildren as well. A study in guinea pigs suggests that a drug commonly given to pregnant women to help their babies mature enough to survive can also affect the brains and behaviour of their grandchildren too. The finding raises a difficult dilemma for doctors, for while the drug undoubtedly saves lives, its side effects could last for generations. Babies normally spend 40 weeks in the womb,
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