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10 HOURS AGO - Health Canal

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Risk of pregnancy greater with newer method of female sterilization

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — The risk of pregnancy among women using a newer method of planned sterilization called hysteroscopic sterilization is more than 10 times greater over a 10-year period than using the more commonly performed laparoscopic sterilization, a study by researchers at Yale University and UC Davis has found.

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13 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Mother's Vitamin D Levels During Pregnancy Linked To Toddler's Risk Of Cavities (STUDY)

BY WILL BOGGS MD NEW YORK Mon Apr 21, 2014 1:40pm EDT (Reuters Health) - Women's low vitamin D levels during pregnancy are linked to a higher risk of cavities in the teeth of their toddlers, according to a new study done in Canada. Previous studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency among mothers can lead to defects in the ...

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15 HOURS AGO - MedPage Today

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Vitamin D Blog: Cavities in Kids?

(MedPage Today) -- Vitamin D deficiency in pregnancy may be tied to the child's future risk of dental cavities, a new study conducted in Canadian Aboriginals found.

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16 HOURS AGO - Fox News

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Low vitamin D during pregnancy linked to child's cavity risk

Women's low vitamin D levels during pregnancy are linked to a higher risk of cavities in the teeth of their toddlers, according to a new study done in Canada.

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17 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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How Financial Incentives Could Help Pregnant Women To Stop Smoking

A researcher who showed that financial incentives could push cocaine users to stay clean is trying out the same method on pregnant women who can't stop smoking. Stephen Higgins, Ph.D., a psychiatry professor at the University of Vermont and director at the Vermont Center on Behavior and Health, was the first to experiment in the late 1980s with giving cocaine ...

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