Low folate levels in pregnancy may predict neural tube defect risk

07/29/2014 | HealthDay News

In an analysis of two population-based studies from China, researchers found that women who had a lower red blood cell folate concentration on the 28th day of pregnancy had a greater likelihood of having babies with neural tube birth defects compared with those with higher folate levels. The findings appear in The BMJ.

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