ASU Research: Fetal Cells May Affect Mother Years After Birth
Parents have been known to be willing to do just about anything for their kids.
New research shows an intimate relationship between mother and child begins even before birth, but the effects aren’t always positive. That’s because some fetal cells make their way into the mother’s bloodstream in something known as fetal microchimerism.
We turn to Amy Boddy who is a researcher in the psychology department at Arizona State University.