Your Birth Month May Put You At Risk For Specific Illnesses

When couples decide to conceive, they don’t think too much about the month their child is going to be born. The only thing that they are concerned about is that they have a beautiful healthy child in their arms at the end of 9 months. Now researchers say that there is scientific reason to pay attention to the month you’re born in because it may increase your chances for specific diseases.

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Nicholas Tatonetti, a scientist at Columbia University Medical Center recently published a report in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association about this. Scientists gathered information found during 14 years from a database at Columbia Medical Center. Their goal was to figure out if the birth month has anything to do with disease risk.

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