The review found that there is substantial evidence that supports folic acid supplementation during pregnancy.
In both parents, a BMI ≥35 kg/m² suggested a likelihood that the child would fail the problem-solving domain.
A significant gender effect was observed in the cohort.
Moderate to high levels of drinking during early pregnancy were associated with significant alterations in circulating microRNAs in maternal blood.
Neurodevelopment improvement should not be considered a treatment goal of supplementing donor milk, the authors concluded.
The PTSD group had changes suggestive of decreased local and global network efficiency.
Children should sleep in the same room, but not in the same bed, as their parents, for at least the first 6 months after birth.
The study results suggest that headaches are a growing burden on patients and the health care system.
Effects of fetal exposure are yet to be determined.
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