A research carried out by UK Biobank has found that babies born with big heads are more likely to be clever and excel in future, according to a Daily Mail report.
The UK Biobank research suggests that babies with big heads are more likely to be intelligent due to them having a large brain volume.
In a report published in the Molecular Psychiatry journal, the researchers wrote: “Highly significant associations were observed between the cognitive test scores in the UK Biobank sample and many polygenic profile scores including….intracranial volume, infant head circumference and childhood cognitive ability.”
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