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There is partial evidence supporting this. Specifically, there is evidence that the food pregnant women eat during pregnancy may affect their children’s food preferences during their childhood. For example, the study “Long-term flavor recognition in humans with prenatal garlic experience” (Hepper et al, Developmental Sychobiology, 2012) tested how much ...


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I think the key issue with this claim is the part about "holding your breath". A Pennsylvania family is warning parents about a dangerous TikTok challenge after their 10-year-old daughter died attempting to hold her breath until she passed out (emphasis added). While the Daily Mail and New York Post do refer to "breath-holding", and I ...


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Unless her medical records and an autopsy are released it would probably not be possible to know for sure that her death was caused by her trying the challenge, but there seems to be good reason to assume that's the case. Another article from Today quotes Elizabeth Wood, a clinical social worker at the hospital where Nyla was treated We believe this was an ...


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