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Tags: Pregnancy


Fish oil during pregnancy led to ‘stronger kids,’ but was the difference clinically meaningful?


How solid is the evidence behind the FDA-cleared ‘contraceptive app?’ ABC News doesn’t say


BuzzFeed warns readers ‘a lot more work to be done’ to find out if experimental blood test can predict preterm birth


STAT puts $950 DNA-based fertility test under the microscope


Preeclampsia and aspirin: HealthDay does solid job covering new study findings


Fitbit and fertility: Not enough caution or context on 5-woman study


Inducing at 39 weeks: Washington Post story mystifies more than clarifies


With no apparent news hook, it’s unclear why Fox News is discussing embryo screening


WaPo story generalizes findings of small study on mice to pregnant women


‘Baby deadline test’ story on NBC News: heavy on anecdotes, light on evidence