|Reducing stress and anxiety levels while pregnant can have a positive impact on an infant's physical development in the womb and long-term health, research suggests.
Experts have called for further research into the link between maternal stress during pregnancy and a baby's health.
Recent findings from the University of Bristol suggest that expectant mums who are exposed to stress, particularly late in pregnancy, have a higher risk of their child developing asthma later in life.
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