Miscellaneous Statistics, Public Health, Zombies

“Breakfast skipping, extreme commutes, and the sex composition at birth”

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Bhash Mazumder sends along a paper (coauthored with Zachary Seeskin) which begins: A growing body of literature has shown that environmental exposures in the period around conception can affect the sex ratio at birth through selective attrition that favors the survival of female conceptuses. Glucose availability is considered a key indicator of the fetal environment, and its absence as a…
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