Preterm births associated with particulate matter—a type of pollutant—led to more than $4 billion in economic costs in 2010 due to medical care and lost productivity that results from disability. Click here for the entire article.
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We now understand the dangers of plastics, especially BPA and its replacements, on our hormonal system - be sure to learn from this article how they might be affecting your IVF treatments.
Women who eat organic foods could be putting their babies at less of a risk for developing hypospadias which could have lasting impacts on the child's health. Click here for the full article
A great place to start: Healthy Child, Healthy World - Powered by EWG
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Johns Hopkins Bloomburg School of Public Health just released this study on Oct 8
Babies aren't only vulnerable in the womb, but keeping them safe while they grow and develop is ever-important. Learn HERE how to stay safe during pregnancy.
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