CDC study shows folic acid levels improving among women

09/17/2007 | HealthDay News

A new CDC study shows the number of women of childbearing age with low blood folate levels has significantly decreased, which could lead to fewer birth defects. However, researchers say there is a lack of data on how much folic acid is ideal to prevent neural tube defects.

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