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YouTube vlogging couple Sam and Nia ‘s latest video is pretty darn cute. Husband, Sam wanted to be the one to break the news to his wife, Nia, this time that she was pregnant. He had a hunch, something was cookin’ since Nia texted him the night before saying she was two weeks late. So Sam decided to do some investigative work, knowing she never flushes the toilet at night, he got a sample and a pregnancy test and there you have it. The test was positive. Watch how Sam tells Nia and their two kids in the video below:. Source: dallas.suntimes.com
According to new research, the wider benefits to society could be worth around £4,500 for every child due to the likeliness these children would earn more and cost the public sector less to support. The World Health Organisation has described iodine deficiency as “a serious public health threat for two billion people”, 241 million of whom are children. In pregnancy, the problem “remains the leading cause of preventable retardation worldwide”, the report published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology says. Iodine deficiency is also implicated in stillbirth, miscarriage, physical impairment and thyroid dysfunction and thus is crucially important in pregnant women and young children especially. Institutions such as the World Health Organisation and European Food Safety Authority encourage pregnant and breastfeeding women to take supplements daily to ensure their child gets the nutrients it needs. Although iodine deficiency affects Asian and African countries the most, it is still widespread in the UK. A paper published in The Lancet, which drew on data from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children, found 67 per cent of British... “At present, no national guidance for iodine supplementation has been issued to pregnant women, even though pregnancy and lactation lead to increased iodine requirements,” the report said. Kate Jolly, a co-author of the article and professor of public health at the University of Birmingham, said: “Even mild iodine deficiency during pregnancy is associated with children with lower IQs. According to a number of papers the University of Birmingham looked at, “A reduced IQ in infancy. has effects on health outcomes, educational attainment, and lifetime earnings. The team modelled a study to map the cost-effectiveness of a policy of universal provision of iodine for pregnant women in the UK to show how extensive the benefits of attending to the issue might be. The team looked at how much the universal... It also speculated how much a child’s IQ is likely to improve if given sufficient iodine as it develops and how this might affect its lifetime earnings and society as a whole. This was calculated by considering the findings of eight previous studies that, between them, put the amount by which a. Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
Turns out, mums-to-be's "fishy" way of cutting their babies' risk of childhood obesity is ineffective. Up to now, the general consensus had been that "bad" fats, especially omega-6 fatty acids, consumed during pregnancy increased the formation of infantile ...