Baby's geboren door keizersnede 'een derde meer kans om autisme te ontwikkelen', vindt studi

Baby's geboren door keizersnede 'een derde meer kans om autisme te ontwikkelen', vindt studi

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Babies born by Caesarean section are 33 per cent more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to a study which considered 20 million births.

The findings, which combined 61 studies from 19 countries dating back to 1999, also said children delivered by Caesarean had a 17 per cent higher chance of developing attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Birth by cesarean delivery was significantly associated with autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder,” said the authors from Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet and Australia.

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But the study did not prove planned or emergency Caesarean births directly cause such conditions.

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Servië Novak Djokovic verhoogt de trofee van de winnaar na het verslaan van de Zwitserse Roger Federer tijdens hun heren singles finale op dag dertien van de Wimbledon kampioenschappen 2019 in de All England Lawn Tennis Club.

                                                              

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Reuzenpanda, Yang Guang, die zijn nieuwe thuis in de dierentuin van Edinburgh verkent na zijn intrek vorige week                                                               

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De Engelse kapitein Eoin Morgan viert met teamgenoot Joe Root na het winnen van hun halve finale Cricket World Cup tegen Australië in Edgbaston in Birmingham. Het gastland blies hun rivalen weg met 8 wickets met nog 107 ballen over.

                                                              

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Andy Murray en Serena Williams praten terwijl ze Bruno Soares en Nicole Melichar spelen tijdens hun gemengde tweevoudige wedstrijd in de derde ronde van de Wimbledon-kampioenschappen. Het met sterren bezaaide paar ging in drie sets naar de bovenste zaden.

                                                              

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De vijftienjarige Cori “Coco” Gauff dient voor Simona Halep in Roemenië in een dameswedstrijd voor dames tijdens dag zeven van de Wimbledon Tennis Championships in Londen. De jongste vrouw die zich in het open tijdperk kwalificeerde voor Wimbledon versloeg Venus Williams in haar openingswedstrijd en maakte tot week twee door. Halep eindigde de droomloop van de tieners op het toernooi in hun ronde 16 wedstrijd, 6-3, 6-3.

                                                              

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De auteurs van het onderzoek zeiden dat factoren die leiden tot een operatie , inclusief een oudere moeder of het risico op vroeggeboorte, kan mogelijk de link verklaren.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Wetenschappers die niet rechtstreeks bij de studie betrokken waren, vertelden The Daily Telegraph dat de bevindingen “aanzienlijk tekortschoten”.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Dr. Pat O’Brien, van het Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, vertelde de krant: “Deze systematische review en meta-analyse laat een verband zien tussen keizersnede en autisme en ADHD, maar een aantal onderliggende factoren die mogelijk tot de ontwikkeling van deze voorwaarden hebben geleid, zijn niet verantwoord.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

“Daarom laten de bevindingen van dit artikel niet zien dat een keizersnede leidt tot autisme en ADHD.”

                                                                                                                                  

Dr. O’Brien steunde de auteurs van het onderzoek en riep op tot verder onderzoek om de link uit te leggen.

                                                                                                                                  

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