Caffeine OK during pregnancy

Wernick, Sarah
June 1994
Working Mother;Jun94, p20
Reports on the finding that moderate caffeine consumption does not increase the risk of miscarriage or stunt fetal growth. Close monitoring of pregnant women's intake of caffeine 21 days after conception; Complication in research brought about by morning sickness.


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