STRESS during PREGNANCY amplifies CHEMICAL EXPOSURE to the BABY!
California researchers found that increased stress during pregnancy increases the exposure of toxic chemicals leading to a low birth weight baby.
"It appears that stress may amplify the health effects of toxic chemical exposure, which means that for some people, toxic chemicals become more toxic," said senior author Tracey Woodruff, a professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at the University of California, San Francisco.
The review found that several toxic chemicals commonly found in the environment had a much greater impact on pregnant women if they had high levels of stress. The researchers measured stress by factors such as socioeconomic levels and years of education.
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