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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Mosquito repellant 'hacks' include perfumekeep mosquitoes away for up to eight hours without using DEET. “B1 vitamin goe
Mosquito repellant 'hacks' include perfume
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 6 hours ago
keep mosquitoes away for up to eight hours without using DEET. “B1 vitamin goes into your blood stream and it blocks the folic acid from reaching your pores, so it's kind of a way you can stop the mosquitoes from even coming toward you, because... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Mosquito repellant 'hacks' include perfumekeep mosquitoes away for up to eight hours without using DEET. “B1 vitamin goe
Mosquito repellant 'hacks' include perfume
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 6 hours ago
keep mosquitoes away for up to eight hours without using DEET. “B1 vitamin goes into your blood stream and it blocks the folic acid from reaching your pores, so it's kind of a way you can stop the mosquitoes from even coming toward you, because... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
SPF 30 sunscreen can reduce risk of melanoma by 80%for health be near?Could 'Star Trek'-like 'tricorder' for health be near? "Bea
SPF 30 sunscreen can reduce risk of melanoma by 80%
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted yesterday
for health be near?Could 'Star Trek'-like 'tricorder' for health be near? "Beam us up, Scotty!" "Beam us up, Scotty!" Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought?Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought? Fortifying... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Could 'Star Trek'-like 'tricorder' for health be near?neighborhood parks in the United States are geared toward younger people, which
Could 'Star Trek'-like 'tricorder' for health be near?
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted yesterday
neighborhood parks in the United States are geared toward younger people, which limits their use, a new study suggests. Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought?Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought? Fortifying... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Could 'Star Trek'-like 'tricorder' for health be near?neighborhood parks in the United States are geared toward younger people, which
Could 'Star Trek'-like 'tricorder' for health be near?
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted yesterday
neighborhood parks in the United States are geared toward younger people, which limits their use, a new study suggests. Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought?Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought? Fortifying... Read more
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DW
Agent Orange and its Vietnamese legacy |Stellman continued, "but the other herbicides used were not benign." She cites
Agent Orange and its Vietnamese legacy |
DW / Posted yesterday
Stellman continued, "but the other herbicides used were not benign." She cites Agent Blue as arsenical and an inhibitor to folic acid, which pregnant women are advised to take to ensure good fetal development. Richard Guthrie, analyst on chemical... Read more
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DW
Agent Orange: Bringing the tragic legacy of the Vietnam War to an end | Globalization |limbs, as well as more common birth anomolies such as spina bifida, a neural tu
Agent Orange: Bringing the tragic legacy of the Vietnam War to an end | Globalization |
DW / Posted yesterday
limbs, as well as more common birth anomolies such as spina bifida, a neural tube defect, which is also linked to a lack of folic acid in the maternal diet. It's unclear if dioxin is transmitted to the foetus during pregnancy or whether epigenetic... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Medical chief urges Stormont to act on health equality gapyoung people were less likely to become smokers. Among other key points in the
Medical chief urges Stormont to act on health equality gap
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
young people were less likely to become smokers. Among other key points in the 2015 report was the importance of taking folic acid for women planning to get pregnant, work to help prevent accidents in the home, risks posed by increased... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study may contribute to ongoing debate on fortification programFortifying the U.S. food supply with folic acid was not associated with a decli
New study may contribute to ongoing debate on fortification program
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Fortifying the U.S. food supply with folic acid was not associated with a decline in certain birth defects that researchers expected to see in California, according to a new study from the Stanford University School of Medicine. The new findings are... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
CSU researchers develop colorful potatoes that are high in antioxidants, rich in nutrientsthese colorful potatoes could be a good source of nutrition such as vitamin C,
CSU researchers develop colorful potatoes that are high in antioxidants, rich in nutrients
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
these colorful potatoes could be a good source of nutrition such as vitamin C, resistant starch, folic acid, minerals, potassium, iron, zinc and phenolic compounds. Related Stories Antioxidants found in the newly... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Some doctors wary of possible link between autism and high folate intake-- Doctors at Seattle's Swedish Medical Center are worried a new study linking
Some doctors wary of possible link between autism and high folate intake
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 2 days ago
-- Doctors at Seattle's Swedish Medical Center are worried a new study linking autism with high intake of folate or folic acid could do more harm than good. Pregnant women are urged to eat foods high in folate, like leafy greens, citrus... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Folic acid’s impact in preventing birth defects in doubtStanford >> Adding folic acid to foods like cereal and bread — long considered
Folic acid’s impact in preventing birth defects in doubt
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Stanford >> Adding folic acid to foods like cereal and bread — long considered one of the most successful public health interventions to prevent birth defects — may be a less effective strategy than once thought, according to a provocative new study... Read more
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TribLIVE
Study questions value of folic acid in fight against birth defects | TribLIVE Adding folic acid to foods like cereal and bread, long considere
Study questions value of folic acid in fight against birth defects
TribLIVE / Posted 3 days ago
| TribLIVE Adding folic acid to foods like cereal and bread, long considered one of the most successful public... Read more
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The Mercury News
Study looks at birth defects before and after adding folic acid to foodsSTANFORD -- Adding folic acid to foods like cereal and bread -- long considered
Study looks at birth defects before and after adding folic acid to foods
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
STANFORD -- Adding folic acid to foods like cereal and bread -- long considered one of the most successful public health interventions to prevent birth defects -- may be a less effective strategy than once thought, according to a provocative new... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Parenting Diabetes at the Science Spectrummore bars have about eight times more ambulance calls than places where booze f
Parenting Diabetes at the Science Spectrum
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 4 days ago
more bars have about eight times more ambulance calls than places where booze flows less freely, according to a new study. Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought?Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought? Fortifying... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers develop nutrient-rich purple potatothese colorful potatoes could be a good source of nutrition such as vitamin C,
Researchers develop nutrient-rich purple potato
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
these colorful potatoes could be a good source of nutrition such as vitamin C, resistant starch, folic acid, minerals, potassium, iron, zinc and phenolic compounds. Antioxidants found in the newly developed potatoes play... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought?By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Fortifying cereals, grains
Folic acid for moms-to-be not as effective as thought?
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 4 days ago
By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Fortifying cereals, grains and flour with folic acid has not protected against the risk of certain birth defects as much as experts thought it would, a large, new study suggests. At issue are... Read more
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metro
Toddler has six inch tail removed after relatives nickname him 'little monkey'forms during the third month of pregnancy. The doctor who removed the tail at
Toddler has six inch tail removed after relatives nickname him 'little monkey'
metro / Posted 4 days ago
forms during the third month of pregnancy. The doctor who removed the tail at Southwest Hospital, in Chongqing, said the growth was most probably due to the child’s mother not taking enough folic acid supplements (vitamin M or Bc) during pregn... Read more
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FOX News
How to deal with pregnancy constipationiron in a more digestible format or even stopping them during the first trimest
How to deal with pregnancy constipation
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
iron in a more digestible format or even stopping them during the first trimester, Rosser said. Either way, 1 milligram of folic acid per day is a must for any pregnant woman. Coffee in small amounts and warm liquids like tea and soup can... Read more
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Daily Star
Baby boy's 15cm TAIL removed in surgery firstlead physician in Yang Yang’s operation, said the growth was most probably due
Baby boy's 15cm TAIL removed in surgery first
Daily Star / Posted 4 days ago
lead physician in Yang Yang’s operation, said the growth was most probably due to the child’s mother not taking enough folic acid supplements - also referred to as vitamin M or vitamin Bc - during pregnancy. The tail was removed during a... Read more
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Daily Mail
The boy with the 6 inch TAILlead physician in Yang Yang's operation, said the tail was most probably due to
The boy with the 6 inch TAIL
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
lead physician in Yang Yang's operation, said the tail was most probably due to the child's mother not taking enough folic acid supplements during pregnancy. The tail was removed during a successful surgery, as Mr Jiangkai said the child... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Cruel dilemma: To terminate or not to terminateboth babies to develop properly. Her doctors told her that, if she had been dia
Cruel dilemma: To terminate or not to terminate
Mail & Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
both babies to develop properly. Her doctors told her that, if she had been diagnosed earlier, simple daily supplements of folic acid could have prevented this scenario. But she only found out that she was pregnant at six months. Unplanned... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Possible link between autism and high folate intake has local doctors wearyeat foods high in folate. Leafy greens, citrus fruits and beans are high in fo
Possible link between autism and high folate intake has local doctors weary
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 5 days ago
eat foods high in folate. Leafy greens, citrus fruits and beans are high in folate and the vitamin form of that is called folic acid. Doctors have been recommending folic acid supplements and prenatal vitamins with folic acid for years in case... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Drop in U.S. birth defects slowed after folic acid added to cereal grains: studyHaving cereal and bread manufacturers add folic acid to their products may not
Drop in U.S. birth defects slowed after folic acid added to cereal grains: study
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Having cereal and bread manufacturers add folic acid to their products may not be enough to help prevent certain birth defects, suggests a study from California. Since 1998, the United States has required companies to add folic acid to cereal grains... Read more
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FOX News
Drop in birth defects slowed after folic acid fortificationHaving cereal and bread manufacturers add folic acid to their products may not
Drop in birth defects slowed after folic acid fortification
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
Having cereal and bread manufacturers add folic acid to their products may not be enough to help prevent certain birth defects, suggests a study from California. Since 1998, the U.S. has required companies to add folic acid to cereal grains to... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Drop in birth defects slowed after folic acid fortification(Reuters Health) - Having cereal and bread manufacturers add folic acid to thei
Drop in birth defects slowed after folic acid fortification
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
(Reuters Health) - Having cereal and bread manufacturers add folic acid to their products may not be enough to help prevent certain birth defects, suggests a study from California. Since 1998, the U.S. has required companies to add folic acid to... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
Study: Could excess of folic acid lead to autism?New research found women with high levels of folic acid in their system while p
Study: Could excess of folic acid lead to autism?
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 6 days ago
New research found women with high levels of folic acid in their system while pregnant had an increased risk in having kids with autism. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health posted their findings May 11 of this year. Women have been... Read more
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New Kerala
Initiative to provide better nutrition to over 100 mn girls launched - newkerala.com #65425new born care at the birthing facility, including delayed cord clamping for inc
Initiative to provide better nutrition to over 100 mn girls launched - newkerala.com #65425
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
new born care at the birthing facility, including delayed cord clamping for increased blood flow to the infant and Iron and Folic Acid (IFA) supplements to adolescent girls. "We are in 2016 and yet one billion women and girls around the world are... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Study asks: Too much folic acid a cause of autism?develop autism, the researchers said. Most of the moms in the study said they
Study asks: Too much folic acid a cause of autism?
Northwest Herald / Posted 6 days ago
develop autism, the researchers said. Most of the moms in the study said they took multivitamins — which would include folic acid and vitamin B12 — throughout their pregnancy. But the researchers say they don’t know why some women had such high... Read more
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express
Are YOU struggling to conceive? Vitamin D supplements can REDUCE fertilityin Denmark.Related articles Could eating dark chocolate really make you look 1
Are YOU struggling to conceive? Vitamin D supplements can REDUCE fertility
express / Posted 6 days ago
in Denmark.Related articles Could eating dark chocolate really make you look 10 years younger? Mums-to-be taking too much folic acid could 'increase risk of autism' Dr Rasmussen said: "Fertile women are often found to have low vitamin D levels,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why vitamins are a waste of moneyblood tests to guide your treatment. Pregnancy creates nutritional demands on
Why vitamins are a waste of money
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
blood tests to guide your treatment. Pregnancy creates nutritional demands on the human body and it’s important to take folic acid every day for a few months before getting pregnant, up until the end of the first trimester. This decreases the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Chef Robert Irvine to share flavorful recipes at McCandless eventfluid from the body and improve kidney function. It's also an inflammation figh
Chef Robert Irvine to share flavorful recipes at McCandless event
TribLIVE / Posted 7 days ago
fluid from the body and improve kidney function. It's also an inflammation fighter and contains blood-pressure-lowering folic acid. Garlic: Regularly eating raw garlic can greatly reduce the risk of lung cancer and can decrease the frequency of... Read more
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Perth Now
You’re wasting heaps of money on vitaminsblood tests to guide your treatment. Pregnancy creates nutritional demands on
You’re wasting heaps of money on vitamins
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
blood tests to guide your treatment. Pregnancy creates nutritional demands on the human body and it’s important to take folic acid every day for a few months before getting pregnant, up until the end of the first trimester. This decreases the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
You’re wasting heaps of money on vitaminsblood tests to guide your treatment. Pregnancy creates nutritional demands on
You’re wasting heaps of money on vitamins
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
blood tests to guide your treatment. Pregnancy creates nutritional demands on the human body and it’s important to take folic acid every day for a few months before getting pregnant, up until the end of the first trimester. This decreases the... Read more
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PhysOrg
How did the giraffe get its long neck? Clues now revealed by new genome sequencingmetabolism and growth that were diverged in giraffe as compared to okapi. One o
How did the giraffe get its long neck? Clues now revealed by new genome sequencing
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
metabolism and growth that were diverged in giraffe as compared to okapi. One of these genes encodes the receptor for folic acid, which is an essential B vitamin necessary for normal growth and development. Other metabolic genes that the... Read more
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dna
Excess folate, vitamin B12 in pregnancy ups kids' autism risk17.6 times, they said. Folate, a B vitamin, is found naturally in fruits and v
Excess folate, vitamin B12 in pregnancy ups kids' autism risk
dna / Posted 7 days ago
17.6 times, they said. Folate, a B vitamin, is found naturally in fruits and vegetables, while the synthetic version, folic acid, is used to fortify cereals and breads in the US and in vitamin supplements. "We have long known that a folate... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
If you're pregnant and have too much of this, your newborn may develop autismmothers who had higher folate levels — which can be found “naturally in fruits
If you're pregnant and have too much of this, your newborn may develop autism
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
mothers who had higher folate levels — which can be found “naturally in fruits and vegetables and the synthetic version, folic acid, is in vitamin supplements and used to fortify cereals and breads in the U.S.,” according to CBS — were also more... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
10 most effective foods for weight losscalories you can easily shed weight and reach your goal. Leafy vegetable are o
10 most effective foods for weight loss
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
calories you can easily shed weight and reach your goal. Leafy vegetable are often recommended as its rich in iron and folic acid. One can use it as a substitute to salad leaves. Quinoa is low in calories and often advised by the nutritionists.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Minister, Others Advocate Food Fortification to Reduce Malnutritionto maintain health life, five of them that are of public health significance in
Minister, Others Advocate Food Fortification to Reduce Malnutrition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
to maintain health life, five of them that are of public health significance include, vitamin A, iron, iodin, zinc and folic acid. The acting Director General NAFDAC, Mrs. Yetunde Oni, noted that in a bid to safeguard the health of the nation,... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Thousands March for Babies Saturdayways to prevent them. That research aims to help women have full term and heal
Thousands March for Babies Saturday
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 10 days ago
ways to prevent them. That research aims to help women have full term and healthy babies. "The fact that we know to take folic acid and the fact that we know basic things like, you shouldn't drink alcohol when you're pregnant, those are all... Read more
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Daily Mail
Could a blood test end the agony of miscarriages?out pre-eclampsia will spare...Child obesity 'is triggered in the womb': Women
Could a blood test end the agony of miscarriages?
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
out pre-eclampsia will spare...Child obesity 'is triggered in the womb': Women who suffer...Yes, pregnant women should take folic acid - but too much... Share this article One in 100 women trying to start a family suffers from recurrent... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
How To Get A Decent Night's Sleep After A Night Of Drinkingso a B vitamin supplement might be a good idea. Don’t pop a ton of pills before
How To Get A Decent Night's Sleep After A Night Of Drinking
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 11 days ago
so a B vitamin supplement might be a good idea. Don’t pop a ton of pills before bed or the next morning, but thiamine, folic acid and magnesium sulfate can help as well. In the ER, doctors will give patients with acute alcohol toxicity a... Read more
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FOX 13 Utah
Study: Pregnant women who take too much folic acid could increase child’s odds of developing autismSALT LAKE CITY -- There’s a growing concern over a new study that found pregnan
Study: Pregnant women who take too much folic acid could increase child’s odds of developing autism
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 12 days ago
SALT LAKE CITY -- There’s a growing concern over a new study that found pregnant women who take too much folic acid could increase the risk of autism in children. We’ve heard for decades that women who are pregnant or plan on having a child should... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Study: Too Much Folate, B12 In Pregnant Women Can Multiply Autism Risk By 17.6develop an autism spectrum disorder doubles. Folate is found naturally in frui
Study: Too Much Folate, B12 In Pregnant Women Can Multiply Autism Risk By 17.6
CBS Baltimore / Posted 12 days ago
develop an autism spectrum disorder doubles. Folate is found naturally in fruits and vegetables and the synthetic version, folic acid, is in vitamin supplements and used to fortify cereals and breads in the U.S. Very high vitamin B12 levels in new... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
High level of folate in mothers may double infant's chances of developing autismincreases 17.6 times. Folate, a B vitamin, is found naturally in fruits and veg
High level of folate in mothers may double infant's chances of developing autism
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
increases 17.6 times. Folate, a B vitamin, is found naturally in fruits and vegetables, while the synthetic version, folic acid, is used to fortify cereals and breads in the United States and in vitamin supplements. The findings will be... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Study Links High Folic Acid Levels In Moms To Autism In KidsFor years, women of childbearing age and expectant moms have been advised to ta
Study Links High Folic Acid Levels In Moms To Autism In Kids
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 12 days ago
For years, women of childbearing age and expectant moms have been advised to take 400 micrograms of folic acid to prevent birth defects such as spina bifida. However, the results of a recent study has physicians second guessing this... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
A study asks: Too much folic acid a cause of autism?For decades, pregnant women and women who may become pregnant have been advised
A study asks: Too much folic acid a cause of autism?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 12 days ago
For decades, pregnant women and women who may become pregnant have been advised to take folic acid to help prevent certain birth defects. But a new study suggests it may be possible to get too much of a good thing — very high levels of the vitamin... Read more
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Daily Record
Researchers debate link between folic acid, autism(April 25) AP NEW YORK - For decades, pregnant women and women who may become
Researchers debate link between folic acid, autism
Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
(April 25) AP NEW YORK - For decades, pregnant women and women who may become pregnant have been advised to take folic acid to help prevent certain birth defects. But a new study suggests it may be possible to get too much of a good... Read more
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The News & Observer
Here’s why that study about folic acid and autism doesn’t mean what you think it doesThat study about folic acid and autism doesn’t mean what you think it does | Ne
Here’s why that study about folic acid and autism doesn’t mean what you think it does
The News & Observer / Posted 12 days ago
That study about folic acid and autism doesn’t mean what you think it does | News & Observer May 12, 2016 12:43 PM Folic acid is usually recommended for women... Read more
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iol.co.za
Caution urged on folic acid studyMiami - Pregnant women are urged to take vitamin supplements with folic acid to
Caution urged on folic acid study
iol.co.za / Posted 12 days ago
Miami - Pregnant women are urged to take vitamin supplements with folic acid to prevent birth defects, but research suggests that too much may raise the risk of autism. The findings were presented at a conference in Baltimore, Maryland, and have not... Read more
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