The FDA and EPA have issued advice on how much and what kind of fish to eat when pregnant or breastfeeding and in children.
Researchers compared the antibody response in human milk among women who received COVID-19 mRNA-based vaccines vs vector-based vaccines.
Researchers assessed the prevalence of gestational diabetes among women with COVID-19 infection who were pregnant and the risk factors associated with severe disease.
Rates of anxiety and depression have increased during the pandemic and are linked to preeclampsia risk, making screening for mental health conditions at prenatal visits essential.
The study authors sought to examine whether adhering to the Mediterranean diet will lower the risk of preeclampsia, including in Black patients.
Investigators with Brigham and Women’s Hospital sourced data for this study from the Medicaid Analytic eXtract (MAX) and IBM Health MarketScan Research Database.
Confirmatory diagnostic testing should be performed with a positive NIPS test result.
An increasing body of evidence suggests there may be ‘fetal origins’ of cardiovascular disease, and adverse conditions during pregnancy, including hypothyroidism, may play a role. A study following children born in Denmark to people with hypothyroidism during pregnancy explored this potential connection.
Researchers sought to assess whether there is an association between maternal HIV drug resistance and an increased risk for vertical transmission and to describe the dynamics of drug resistance in infants with HIV infection.