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Arthur Janov Suggests that Stress During Pregnancy Leaves a Distinct Cellular Imprint that Predicts Mental Illness and Serious Disease

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In his new book, ‘Life Before Birth’ (NTI Upstream, Nov. 2011), Arthur Janov makes the case that events during pregnancy and the first years of life leave a distinct cellular imprint that predicts mental illness and serious disease. Carrying mothers who take drugs or smoke, or who live through serious traumatic events such as war, natural disaster, or troubled marriages may thus give birth to babies prone to mental illness and health problems later in life.

(PRWeb October 25, 2011)

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