Researchers in statistics and obstetrics gynecology are challenging a report from last year claiming that babies born to mothers who eat breakfast cereal are more likely to be male. The new study says that due to the large number of food items in the original study included for analysis, women reported on their consumption of 132 items, the findings were likely to include a number of false positives just by chance alone. Basically, the new research says the cereal finding was a fluke and nothing more.
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