The in vitro kids are all right. Credit: Getty ImagesTest tube babies may not be mutant freaks after all. Scientists have long been curious about what mental, emotional and physical effects might develop in children conceived through in vitro...Babies born through in vitro fertilization scored as well on academic tests as kids born the old fashioned way, a new study reports.
Research shows invitro babies may be at higher risk of birth defects. Credit: Stefan Wermuth, AFP/Getty ImagesMany people feared "test tube babies" in the '70s and '80s. The whole in-vitro thing seemed so unnatural. Critics feared it would ...
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