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Q&A with Robert Waterland: Feast, Famine and DNA

There is new research that suggests that a mother's nutritional health could affect her child's health in a way that can have lifelong implications.    Dr. Robert Waterland is an Associate Professor of Molecular and Human Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas.  He tells VOA's Frances Alonzo that data from a study of mothers in Gambia shows there are real differences in a child's genetic make-up and the child's resilience in certain...

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