Study to look at controlling weight gain during pregnancy

02/13/2007 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

A new study in Pennsylvania is focused on seeing if helping women control weight gain during pregnancy can reduce complications and lead to permanent lifestyle changes. The study comes as health experts raise concerns over women starting pregnancies when they are already overweight and then gaining more than the recommended 15 to 35 pounds during pregnancy.

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