Smoking fathers increase the risk of developing ADHD in their children
Popes who smoke increase the risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in their babies, even grandchildren.
Researchers conducted an experiment on mice. It turned out that the offspring of mice whose fathers were exposed to tobacco smoke had a great chance of experiencing a cognitive deficit in adulthood.
According to academics, the whole point is that there is a change in the genes, in particular in the semen of smoking fathers.
Researchers also studied the semen of male mice exposed to tobacco for the first time. And we learned that sperm had several altered genes, including the important DRD2 gene, which, in fact, encodes important receptors. But he is also responsible for thinking, memory and learning.
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