Obesity during pregnancy carries high medical burden

Research shows maternal obesity contributes to higher rates of cesarean-section deliveries, stillbirths, birth defects and deaths among mothers and babies. Hospitals are being forced to use different equipment and are increasingly working to counsel women about their weight before they become pregnant.

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