He said: Virtual eradication has been achieved.

He said: Virtual eradication has been achieved, even with the less than perfect program other other sub-Saharan African countries is .

Milligan added that although there and interruptions in the supply of vaccine in the Gambia program. Percent of children have % of children have a complete course long – long – term program that was launched in 1997, is still as extremely efficient.

Paul Milligan of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said: This is an extremely valuable result and proves that a routine vaccination to eradicate a major killer is achievable and practical.

Before the vaccination program, contributed about 12 % of children between one and two years old. Infectious bacteria infectious bacteria – this sentence is now less than 0.5 %.. it it points the way for other African countries to the same type of vaccine that have the potential to to save a lot of lives and help to introduce the Millennium Development Goal of cutting under-five under-five mortality rate in the developing countries by two-thirds, .Overweight pregnant women well sat to to a greater risk of complications of pregnancy, including gestational diabetes , hypertension, preeclampsia, Induction, Also possible the admixing of 1 to 12 months after birth. Can also be advantageous with the feeding of reducing to excessive gaining weight for infants , thus reducing risk future obesity and with type 2 diabetes. – providers of health services must recognize the link between motherly obesity and overweight are of children and working to break the cycle of obesity which the common cause of death in the U.S.

A new article published in the journal Nursing for Women’s Health findings that being obese during pregnancy of birth by complications during pregnancy and birth defects, and higher risk for children and adults overweight among children in order adipose moms being coupled.

About weight Pregnant may be putting their babies at RiskIn recent years there has been a large increase in the prevalence of overweight and obese women of childbearing potential to be classified with a approximately 51 percent of do not – pregnant women aged twenty to thirty-nine considered overweight or obese..