Trait anxiety raises risk of having smaller babies

11/10/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Pregnant women who reported trait anxiety in their second and third trimesters were more likely to have lower birth weight and shorter birth length babies, a study found. Researchers reported anxiety during the third trimester was linked to a higher risk of shortened gestational age.

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