Junk food intake in pregnancy may raise baby's obesity risk

Babies born to mothers who had high junk food intake during pregnancy showed less sensitivity to opioids and were more prone to overeat such items, even in adulthood, compared with those whose mothers ate a regular diet, according to an Australian study in The FASEB Journal.

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