London: Two-thirds of teenage girls have low iodine levels, potentially jeopardising the health of their future children, according to an expert.A study of more than 700 schoolgirls in Britain found almost 70 percent were deficient in iodine, which is key to brain development in the womb.The deficiency may not affect a girl`s own health, but can stunt the intelligence of any children she has.Teenage girls were studied because, as potential mothers-to-be, their iodine levels are seen as the most critical, according to a Daily Mail report.
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