By Brad Haynes
Simplemost.com reports on a new study published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry that has found that babies with bigger heads are more likely to be smarter than their counterparts with average sized heads!
The study looked at the link between genes, IQ and overall health within a group of infants.
But what is it that truly defines a baby with a big head? Those babies with a head circumference of 12.5 to 14 inches were found to be smarter.
That’s not the only weighing factor though. Overall health was also a major contributing factor to greater intelligence.
If you’ve been worried about the size of your infant’s noggin, stop your fretting. It can actually be a good thing!