Researchers from Sweden suggest that pregnant women who consume caffeine like coffee are more likely to give birth to SGA (small for gestational age) babies or babies with lower than the normal birth weight given their gestational age. SGA is linked to higher risk of morbidity and death of newborns. Research Verena Sengpiel says that the correlation between consumption of caffeine and fetal growth was established even among women who followed the recommended limit of caffeine intake at 200 mg per day or equivalent to two cups of coffee. The research team conducted a study involving 59,000 pregnant women from […]Continue reading Caffeine Intake During Pregnancy Affects Fetal Growth
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