Mothers’ obesity tied to increased risk of birth defects

08:58 EDT 22 Jun 2017 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Even among obese pregnant women, being heavier is associated with a higher risk of having babies with serious birth defects, a Swedish study suggests.

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