Maternal stress, nutrition and physical activity: Impact on immune function, CNS development and psychopathology

@article{Marques2015MaternalSN,
  title={Maternal stress, nutrition and physical activity: Impact on immune function, CNS development and psychopathology},
  author={Andrea Horvath Marques and Anne-Lise Bj{\o}rke-Monsen and Ant{\^o}nio L{\'u}cio Teixeira and Marni N. Silverman},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={1617},
  pages={28-46}
}
Evidence suggests that maternal and fetal immune dysfunction may impact fetal brain development and could play a role in neurodevelopmental disorders, although the definitive pathophysiological mechanisms are still not completely understood. Stress, malnutrition and physical inactivity are three maternal behavioral lifestyle factors that can influence immune and central nervous system (CNS) functions in both the mother and fetus, and may therefore, increase risk for neurodevelopmental… CONTINUE READING
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