9/11 led to smaller Dutch babies

Children born in the Netherlands between three to six months after the 11 September attacks in New York were on average 48 grammes lighter than normal, according to researchers at Maastricht University. The researchers said that stress caused to their mothers was responsible, the Telegraaf reports.

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