It’s that time again! Do these weeks just blow on by or what?
One of the craziest things about compiling these updates is seeing how conflicting and how quickly changing the medical information for pregnant women is. Just last week, I reported on the effect of Vitamin D on babies’ thighbone length. Then this week, a study comes out saying that Vitamin D has zero effect on the bone health of babies.
But even with the back-and-forth info we get, I still thinks it’s important to stay on top of what’s going on in the pregnancy medical news world. Gather the information and do with it what you will. But at least know what’s out there.
So, without further ado, I present to you this week’s round-up…
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Vitamin C and Copper During Pregnancy Reduce Allergies and Asthma in Kids 1 of 6
Special Treatment Needed for Bipolar Pregnant Women 2 of 6
Vitamin D in Pregnancy Doesn’t Affect Baby’s Bone Health 3 of 6A new study from the UK has revealed that a mother's vitamin D levels during pregnancy have no affect on her children's bone health. Just to show you how quickly information changes, it was just last week that I reported to you that getting more sunlight during pregnancy gives newborns longer thighbones.
Source: ABC Science
Photo: iStockphoto Yet this week, Vitamin D has nothing to do with it.
SSRI Antidepressants Taken in Pregnancy Don’t Stunt Baby’s Growth in 1st Year 4 of 6
Meth in Pregnancy Stunts Child’s Reaction to Stress 5 of 6
New Moms at Risk for Depressive Disorders 6 of 6
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