Study: Gum disease treatment during pregnancy doesn't harm babies

04/13/2011 | Reuters

A study in Pediatrics of 400 2-year-olds found no difference in measures of language and motor and mental skills among children whose mothers had been treated for gum disease with aggressive teeth-cleaning and those who had not received treatment.

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