Maternal Supplementation Prevents Preterm Births
Asian Scientist Newsroom | January 4, 2015 | Health
Maternal micronutrient supplementation is able to reduce preterm births and low birth weights, according to a study involving over 44,000 Bangladeshi pregnancies.
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