Repeat preterm birth is less likely with moderate fish intake

04/27/2011 | Medscape (free registration)

Women who have had a preterm birth may be able to reduce their risk of another by eating moderate amounts of fish, up to three times a week, according to a study in Obstetrics & Gynecology. U.S. researchers said their study found that women who ate fish more than once per month had a 35.9% probability of another preterm birth, compared with a 48.6% chance for those who consumed fish less often.

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