Eating fatty food while pregnant "increases chances of daughter and granddaughters developing breast cancer"

Eating fatty food while pregnant 'increases chances of daughter and granddaughters developing breast cancer'Eating an unhealthy diet can 'permanently alter the cells of an unborn baby – and future generations' The NHS recommends pregnant women do not 'eat for two' and avoid junk food high in fat | UPDATED: 15:13 GMT, 11 September 2012 Repercussions: Researchers believe eating an unhealthy diet can permanently alter the cells of an unborn baby Pregnant women who gorge on fatty foods may increase the chances of their daughters and even grand-daughters developing breast cancer in later life.

Mother POTTY TRAINS her twin daughters in the nude on plastic toilets in the middle of restaurant

Mother POTTY TRAINS her twin daughters in the nude on plastic toilets in the middle of restaurant. A Utah mother took potty training a step too far for one diner”s tastes when she had her twin girls use portable bathrooms as they ate at a crowded restaurant on Tuesday.

Military mom Tiffany Klapheke “let toddler die because she was too depressed about husband’s deployment”

“I just got tired of always changing the sheets”: Military mom, 21, “let her toddler die because she was too depressed about her husband”s deployment”Tiffany Klapheke, 21, charged with three felony counts of injury to a child after her 22-month-old daughter diedAutopsy found daughter lacked basic care and was dehydrated and covered in chemical burnsAt time of death, child weighed only 17.5 poundsKlapheke admitted that she should have taken better care of her daughter

Diabetes: Did chicken pox trigger my children"s diabetes? As the number of patients DOUBLE in ten years, one mother"s alarming story

Did chicken pox trigger my children's diabetes As the number of patients DOUBLE in ten years, one mother's alarming story By Lucy Elkins PUBLISHED: 23:17 GMT, 30 April 2012 | UPDATED: 23:17 GMT, 30 April 2012 Jen Mackenzie has lived with type-1 diabetes since she was four, and is only too well aware of the symptoms of the disease.

"Your rash is sunburn," said the doctor. But it was breast cancer

'Your rash is sunburn': Mother told not to worry by doctor six times had to have double mastectomy Melanie O'Neill was told six times not to worry but she knew something was wrong On six separate consultations, doctors told Melanie O’Neill that the angry red patch across the top of her chest was ‘nothing to worry about’.