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NEW DISCOVERY : Children Born With Big Heads Have A Better Chance Of A Successful Future

australias-top-100-baby-names-20130402103500_optHave they not always said the bigger, the better— now if you were amongst the many indiscriminately teased for having been born with a rather big head, I bet you can now smile with utmost delight and satisfaction after this read.
New research shows that, babies born with bigger heads are most likely to be intelligent with a successful future as compared to babies born with appreciable heads.
UK Biobank research suggests a link between head size and intelligence.
According the Daily Mail, research done has linked a baby’s big head with intelligence, large head circumference and brain volume.
“Half a million Brits are being monitored by the charity to discover the connection between their genes, their physical and mental health and their path through life.
The latest evidence is the first finding to emerge from the study that aims to break down the relationship between brain function and DNA.
Researchers in a paper published by the Molecular Psychiatry journal said: ‘Highly significant associations were observed between the cognitive test scores in the UK Biobank sample and many polygenic profile scores, including . . . intracranial volume, infant head circumference and childhood cognitive ability.’
Professor Ian Deary, of Edinburgh University, who is leading the research, said gene variants were also strongly associated with intelligence, according to The Times.
The new evidence is so accurate that experts claim it could even predict how likely it was that a baby would go to university based on their DNA”.
Wallow no more if you have a big head because your future certainly is bright but if you have that much laden as your head and you are still dumb— I think it is time to question your house witches.



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