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Indigenous group add to evidence tying cesarean birth to obesity

The link between Cesarean births and obesity has now been reinforced by a study on Mayan women and their babies, report investigators.
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Indigenous group add to evidence tying cesarean birth to obesity

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(Purdue University) A Purdue University study of an indigenous group of Maya people reinforces the link between Cesarean births and obesity.

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