SCIENCE FACT
During pregnancy, a fetus' cells become embedded in the mother's organs and can sometimes be detected for decades after she gives birth. Fetal cells can even migrate to her heart and help heal wounds.
= leaps.
SCIENCE FACT During pregnancy, a fetus' cells become embedded in the mother's organs and can sometimes be detected for decades after she gives birth. Fetal cells can even migrate to her heart and help heal wounds. = leaps.