Anxiety During Pregnancy May Lead to Hyperactive Children

In a recent review of more than 3,000 children, scientists linked maternal anxiety to hyperactivity in children. According to the study, children of women who suffer from anxiety during pregnancy or in the first several years of their child’s life are twice as likely to develop symptoms of hyperactivity at age 16. The findings come from a long-term project involving children in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC). The project has allowed U.K. scientists to...

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