Extra iron intake is linked to higher birth weight in babies

03/3/2011 | Reuters

Each additional 10 milligrams of iron that pregnant women consumed per day corresponded to an increase in birth weight of their babies by 1.19 ounces, according to a study in the journal Human Reproduction. But insufficient iron intake was not linked to low birth weight, researchers said.

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