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Women exposed to racism have higher odds of premature birth – Consumer Health News

Thursday, August 4, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Numerous studies have found that discrimination can harm aspects of human health. Now, new research is adding to that the impact of discrimination on the youngest humans by linking discrimination to an increased risk of underweight and premature babies. Maternal mortality rates among black and indigenous women in …

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Scientists say fast food diet before pregnancy can affect breast milk and baby’s health

A diet rich in sugar and fats such as burgers, French fries and soft drinks can negatively affect new breast milk and the health of the baby even before conception. The new study, conducted using lab rats, found that even relatively short-term consumption of a fast food diet affects a woman’s health, reducing her ability …

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