Is caffeine in pregnancy safe for baby’s IQ? – CBS News
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Is caffeine in pregnancy safe for baby's IQ?
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The research included nearly 2,200 women in the United States whose caffeine intake was measured during pregnancy. The pregnancies occurred between 1959 and 1974, a period of time when coffee consumption during pregnancy was more common, ...
Coffee Is Safe for Pregnant Women, According to a New StudyRedbookmag.com (blog)
'Moderate' Amounts Of Caffeine During Pregnancy Will Not Harm Child's IQ Or …
Caffeine in Pregnancy May Not Harm Baby’s IQ – WebMD
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Caffeine in Pregnancy May Not Harm Baby's IQ
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The research included nearly 2,200 women in the United States whose caffeine intake was measured during pregnancy. The pregnancies occurred between 1959 and 1974, a period of time when coffee consumption during pregnancy was more common, ...
The good news about coffee every pregnant woman in the world wants to hearQuartz
The Good News About Caffeine and PregnancyHealth.com
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Caffeine in pregnancy: moderate amounts do not affect baby’s IQ – Medical News Today
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Caffeine in pregnancy: moderate amounts do not affect baby's IQ
Medical News Today
To further investigate how caffeine consumption during pregnancy might interfere with child cognition or behavior later on, the researchers, led by Dr. Mark A. Klebanoff from Nationwide Children's Hospital, analyzed a marker of caffeine in the blood of ...
Little Caffeine During Pregnancy not Bad for Baby's IQNDTV
Moderate Amounts Of Caffeine During Pregnancy Do Not …
Consuming Marijuana During Pregnancy Does Not Make A Mother Unfit – Forbes
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Consuming Marijuana During Pregnancy Does Not Make A Mother Unfit
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Since 1985 cigarette packages sold in the United States have carried four rotating warnings from the surgeon general, including this one: “Smoking by Pregnant Women May Result in Fetal Injury, Premature Birth, and Low Birth Weight.” Since 1989 the ...
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