Grandparents ‘may pose cancer risk’ to children, scientists warn – Sky News

18:19 EST 14 Nov 2017 | Life Sciences Health

Sky NewsGrandparents 'may pose cancer risk' to children, scientists warnSky NewsGrandparents may mean well by spoiling children with sweets, but they are putting their health at risk, scientists say. 23:14, UK, Tuesday 14 November 2017. A grandmother feeds a biscuit to her granddaughter. File pic. Image: The study found that ...Grandparents risk harming health of grandchildren by giving too many treats, say health giving children treats may pose health risk, warn scientistsHeraldScotlandGrandparents may pose cancer risk to children with sweetsThe ScotsmanThe Sun -Channel NewsAsia -Reports Healthcare -Daily Mailall 8 news articles

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