|Suffering from morning sickness when pregnant could be an indication that a bright baby is on the way, researchers in Canada believe.
Looking at the cases of around 120 women who phoned a special NVP (nausea and vomiting of pregnancy) helpline during a certain period, specialists at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto concluded that babies born to women who experience such symptoms tend to have higher-than-average IQs.
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