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A Dietary Cure for Preeclampsia?

Preeclampsia—a serious complication of pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure in women whose blood pressure levels were normal—is one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity, responsible for some 70,000 maternal deaths and 500,000 fetal deaths worldwide each year. It occurs in approximately five percent of all pregnancies. While itRead

More Bad News for Expectant Mothers

In April 2023, we highlighted a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showing that the majority of pregnant women fail to get adequate nutrition from their diets—and almost 99 percent of the prenatal supplements on the market fail to fill in the gaps. Now, new research fromRead

DHA Supplement May Offset Damaging Outcomes of Maternal Stress on Unborn Males in Early Development

autism, probiotics, pregnancy

Neurodevelopmental disorders like autism and schizophrenia disproportionately affect males and are directly linked to early life adversity caused by maternal stress and other factors, which might be impacted by nutrition. But the underlying reasons for these male-specific impacts are not well understood. Researchers from the University of Missouri School ofRead


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