Baby boy born to mothers, who get pregnant at older age are more likely to develop heart problems later in life, according to a study.
Women who get pregnant in old age generally suffer changes in the placenta, which affects the child growth inversely.
There are sex-specific differences in changes to placental development and function. These are likely to play a central role in the increased likelihood of later-life heart problems and high blood pressure in males.
Pregnancy in older mothers is associated with a heightened risk of complications for both the mother and her baby with conditions like preeclampsia - raised blood pressure in the mother during pregnancy, gestational diabetes, stillbirth and foetal growth restriction.
City Football Group (CFG) has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Mumbai City FC in the Indian Super League, marking a major move into Indian football. This will be the group’s eighth ownership stake in football clubs around the world.
CFG will become the 65% majority shareholder of the Club, alongside existing shareholders, acclaimed actor and film producer, Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh who combined will hold the remaining 35% of shares.
The CFG is known for ownership of clubs English Premier League Champions, Manchester City FC, also comprises New York City in the US, Melbourne City FC in Australia, Yokohama F. Marinos in Japan, Club Atletico Torque in Uruguay, Girona FC in Spain and Sichuan Jiuniu FC in China.
Newly elected Sri Lankan President, Gotabaya Rajapaksa is on a visit to India for bilateral talks.
Rajapaksa said that he will be striving hard to take India and Sri Lankan ties to higher levels and engage in great cooperation between the two countries.
Rajapaksa will be meeting PM Modi where issues, including fulfilling the aspirations of the Tamil community in Sri Lanka, situation in the Indian Ocean region and steps to boost trade and investment ties, are expected to be addressed.