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Smoking can cause grandchildren and great-grandchildren to become obese, research shows

British scientists have discovered that the habit of young smokers can lead to obesity in their third generation.

These results may seem strange, but for them, experts have analyzed the information gathered over the decades, from generation to generation about health and daily habits.

The study, conducted at the University of Bristol, UK, found that the grandchildren of men (boys) who started smoking at age 13 or younger were more likely to be overweight and obese between the ages of 17 and 24. There were difficulties. Compared to men (boys) who started smoking between the ages of 13 and 16, their grandchildren did not have these problems.
Similarly, people who started smoking at a very young age had higher body fat between the ages of 17 and 24 in their neighbors (daughters of grandchildren).

Surprisingly in this study, boys, ie grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-grandchildren, etc., did not see any such effects of their elders’ smoking.

Experts also observed that whether the middle generation smoked or not, in any case the consequences of this habit of the elders were appearing in the third and fourth generation.

This is definitely an extensive study of its kind, but not the first.

An analysis of data collected during a previous study in the 1990s found that boys who started smoking at the age of 11 when their son reached puberty. They were overweight and obese and had higher body fat levels than other boys.

The study , published in the online research journal Scientific Reports, found that if the elderly in a family start smoking and smoking at a very young age, the effects can last for generations, but The reason is not yet clear.

The main author of this study is Professor Dr. Jane Golding, who has made it clear that all these findings are based on a single data set (a set of data).

However, these results cannot be finalized unless other similar datasets prove it.

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