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 junk food 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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