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Reportage: Live healthily - for the sake of your future children

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What shapes our health later in life does not just depend on how we live, our childhoods, or when we we in the womb. How our parents were feeling and how they lived when we were born can affect our health. Peter M Nilsson, professor of clinical cardiovascular research at Lund University wants a broad focus on health and lifestyle counseling for young people and for those who plan to have children.

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