8 Things Researchers learned in 2013 about making, having Babies

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8 Things We Learned In 2013 About Having Babies
Eight of the most interesting things researchers learned about making and having babies in 2013

Catherine Pearson assembled a list of eight of the biggest health research findings about preconception, pregnancy and childbirth to come out in the last 12 months — with the caveat that science is a process and any finding requires replication and verification before it’s considered definitive.

  1. Sleep and diet can affect fertility
  2. Specific fertility treatments lead to more multiple births
  3. Miscarriage is more common than most people know
  4. Maternal exercise benefits newborns’ brains
  5. Junk food addiction may start in the womb
  6. Pregnancy interventions are common … and not always welcome
  7. Midwifery care is linked to better outcomes
  8. Delayed cord clamping has benefits

Read 8 Things We Learned In 2013 About Having Babies
HuffPost Parents, 12 Dec 2013

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