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Jun 21, 2020 We are serving another free of charge CD of our new game, The. . . . about [the Atari 2600 games that inspired every gamer,] [including] Space Invaders, Breakout,. Category:1980s video games Category:Video games set in the Vietnam War Category:Midway video games Category:Stealth video games Category:Video games developed in the United StatesPregnant Mum’s Who Were Overweight Had More Babies with Bigger Bodies A new study has found that babies born to overweight or obese women are bigger in size than those born to normal weight mothers. The study by Maastricht University in the Netherlands looked at the effects of maternal obesity on fetal growth and found that a woman’s BMI before pregnancy had a profound influence on her child’s birth weight and the size of her babies. Scientists say that maternal obesity is still a major public health issue with around 15 percent of women in the UK and over 40 percent of women in the US being obese, compared to only around 1 percent of men in the UK and around 5 percent of men in the US. An estimated 7 million babies are born in the UK each year and most are bigger in size than their mothers. This isn’t a problem that scientists had thought could be linked to a mother’s weight before pregnancy as previous studies on the subject had only looked at weight before pregnancy or weight before and during pregnancy. The researchers looked at data on more than 300,000 women from the Netherlands. Before the results were published, scientists had already started to speculate whether weight before pregnancy had an impact on birth weight or the size of a baby. Professor Hennezel said: “This study confirms the results of our recent research which found a relationship between birth weight and the mothers’ pre-pregnancy weight. “But this study also shows that the mother’s BMI before pregnancy also has a strong impact on the size of the baby.” The research has been published in the International Journal of Obesity. Dr Jeremy Pearson, of Public Health England, said: “This research provides further evidence that obesity in pregnant women is an issue of serious concern. “We know that a baby born to a mother who is obese is likely to be larger than expected.Q: Java




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