Snoring during pregnancy tied to hypertension, preeclampsia

09/27/2012 | CNN/The Chart blog

Onset of snoring during pregnancy was significantly associated with increased odds of hypertension and preeclampsia, University of Michigan researchers found. The study, based on data about more than 1,700 pregnant women, was published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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