while i'm not usually overly impressed with anything "medicinal" coming from canada, it seems morning sickness may be linked to a baby's intelligence. no wonder my smocklings are so gosh-durn smart.
Women who felt nauseous in the first few weeks of pregnancy delivered brighter children, according to a study conducted at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Nausea could signify that conditions in the womb are good for the baby. The study involved women who were pregnant between 1998 and 2003.