Fathers even before birth have a positive effect on children's intelligence

Ongoing support of pregnant women from men has an impact on the cognitive development of the unborn child even at the prenatal stage of development. This is the conclusion of biologists in conducting experiments on laboratory mice.

If a pregnant mouse was all the time near the male, after the birth of offspring she has changed the composition of the milk. It contained more sialic acids and enzymes. It is believed that these substances affect the brain's development of living organisms.

After research on born mice researchers found that babies from mothers in pregnancy, along with his father, are the best indicators of intelligence and ingenuity. The results of a study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences.

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