Babies Born in Summer Are More Likely to Develop MS, British Medical Journal Finds

Published: Apr 30, 2010

Scotsman -- BABIES born in sunnier months are at higher risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) in later life, research suggests. Women who do not get enough sunshine in the early months of pregnancy – thereby cutting off their main source of vitamin D – could increase the chances of their offspring developing MS, a study found.

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