A new systematic review suggests that before and during pregnancy, women may not be following national and international dietary guidelines from major organizations.
A randomized trial examined whether cytomegalovirus (CMV) hyperimmune globulin is the answer to preventing CMV infection during pregnancy.
Failure to recognize the warning signs led to poor outcomes for mother and child.
A case-control study using blood samples, rather than self-reports, provides new data on the link between maternal smoking during pregnancy and ADHD in offspring.
A recent study looked at whether maternal folic acid intake is associated with reduced rates of ASD in high-risk families.
Referral for counseling is key for women at risk.
As new screening options become available, ob/gyns must be able to counsel their pregnant patients appropriately.
To address limitations in previous literature on associations between ART and worse perinatal outcomes in offspring, researchers from Finland analyzed potentially harmful effects of ART using a sibling-comparison model approach. PLUS: Consumer and personal care products and BP in pregnancy. ALSO: How can racial disparities in breastfeeding be reduced in the American South?
A new study provides insight into what effect the ACA Medicaid expansion had on preconception insurance coverage among low-income women.
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