Association of Maternal Eating Disorders With Pregnancy and Neonatal Outcomes.

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Summary of "Association of Maternal Eating Disorders With Pregnancy and Neonatal Outcomes."

The prevalence of eating disorders is high among women of reproductive age, yet the association of eating disorders with pregnancy complications and neonatal health has not been investigated in detail, to our knowledge.


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Name: JAMA psychiatry
ISSN: 2168-6238


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