Obese and severely obese mothers were more likely than normal-weight mothers to have babies with low Apgar scores, most commonly caused by a lack of oxygen at birth, Swedish researchers found. The study, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, also linked excess maternal weight to an increased risk of seizures in newborns.
Maternal obesity linked to oxygen deprivation in newborns
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