Parental habits affect the health of future generations

Parental habits not only affect their own health, but also affect the health of the next generation, even two generations. Many foreign professional journals have recently published a number of studies, from a multi-angle scientific analysis of the specific impact of some parents’ habits on future generations.

Father obesity, daughters are susceptible to breast cancer A number of studies have shown that maternal obesity increases the risk of breast cancer in her daughter. However, a new study by Dr. Sonia Assis, a researcher at Georgetown University in the United States, and his team found that overweight during the pregnancy period would lead to a 30% increase in the risk of breast cancer in the future.

Male obesity, genetic generations of the United States “American Association of Experimental Biology Association” published a study by the University of Adelaide, Australia, said that male obesity will not only be passed on to the son, but also to the grandson. The study found that the molecular signals of sperm in obese men cause obesity and diabetes-like symptoms in two generations (even if they maintain a healthy diet).

Parents don’t exercise, and their offspring are poor. The US Science Daily published a new study involving more than 4,000 school-age children by Dr. Gavin Sandcock, a researcher at the University of Essex in the United Kingdom, and his colleagues. Compared with children, the risk that children whose parents are barely exercising will not increase their physical fitness will increase by 50%.

Eat more sugar during pregnancy, children are allergic to the “European Respiratory Journal” published by the University of Queen Mary University in London, UK, the researchers analyzed the data of nearly 9,000 mother and child participants and found that the sugar intake during pregnancy is low (7 per day) Compared with mothers with teaspoons, mothers who consume too much sugar during pregnancy (16 to 69 teaspoons per day) can increase their risk of developing at least one allergy by 40% and the risk of more than two allergies by 73%.

Eat too much oil during pregnancy, poor intestinal absorption capacity of the United States “Genomic Medicine” magazine published a new study involving 157 newborns at Baylor College of Medicine in the United States found that high-fat diet during pregnancy can lead to the level of Bacteroides in the gut of newborns Lowering, which in turn causes problems such as poor absorption of food by the intestines, decreased immunity and stunting.

Drinking during pregnancy, reducing baby IQ The United States “Public Science Library and Comprehensive” magazine published a study of 4,000 children in collaboration with researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Bristol found that mothers drinking during pregnancy will reduce their IQ, even if A small amount of alcohol may also cause your child to have lower IQ when they are 8 years old.

Expectant parents smoking, children susceptible to diabetes “European Journal of Epidemiology” published a new study from the University of Lund, Sweden, found that exposure to the smoking environment during the fetal period (including prospective parents smoking) will lead to a significant increase in the risk of type 1 diabetes in the future Big. Researchers at the University of California also found that smoking with expectant mothers may increase their children’s risk of developing diabetes by two to three times in adulthood.

The father loves to do housework, and the daughter is arrogant. According to the British “Daily Mail” report, Dr. Eliza Croft, a researcher at the University of British Columbia in Canada, and his research team completed a project involving 326 children aged 7 to 13 years old. The new study found that fathers who love to do housework will give great encouragement to their children (especially their daughters), and their daughters will have more career aspirations when they grow up. The gender equality awareness embodied in the father’s housework is the key to the daughter’s benefit in the workplace.