Sabtu, 11 Juni 2011

Birth Month Related to Ailments Later in Life

  A new study suggests that the reason for the discrepancy in ailments amongst spring born babies and fall babies may be linked to the mother's prenatal exposure to vitamin D, the "sunshine vitamin".   This study supports and elaborates on previous U.S. studies which found that those born in the autumn months live an average of 160 days longer than those born in the spring time.

As a March baby, the charts are embarrassingly accurate for myself.

Kinda depressing. 

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