Travelling when pregnant

07:18 EDT 28 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

The problems associated with arsenic in drinking water have been known for some time, but new research published in the BMJ helps quantify that risk with respect to cardiovascular disease. Yu Chen, New York University School of Medicine, joins us to discuss her research. Also this week, requests for travel information for pregnant women are on the...

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