Food-borne bacteria up miscarriage risk early in pregnancy – Hindustan Times


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Food-borne bacteria up miscarriage risk early in pregnancy
Hindustan Times
Pregnant women are warned to avoid many of the foods — among them unpasteurised milk and soft cheese, raw sprouts, melon and deli meats not carefully handled — that can harbour listeria, because the bacterium is known to cause miscarriage and …
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