Women Who Give Birth For First Time At 25 More Likely To Live Longer, Study FindsA new study finds that women who give birth for the first time at the age of 25 or older are more likely to live to 90.
Health: Too Much Folic Acid Could Boost Autism RiskBut a new study suggests it may be possible to get too much of a good thing.
Scotland Study Reveals Impact Of Second-Hand Smoke On PregnancyScotland banned smoking in public in 2006. Now, a new study links the smoking ban with significant decline in preterm delivery and small-for-dates infants - not only for mothers who smoke, but also mothers who don't.
The Benefits Of Exercise During PregnancyOver the years we have learned that exercise is great during pregnancy for most women - especially if they continue exercising in a way similar to the way they always did prior to becoming pregnant.
Health Watch: Chemicals In Pregnant WomenNew research shows nearly all pregnant women in the United States have potentially harmful chemicals in their bodies.

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