Moving to a New Home During Early Pregnancy Leads to Premature Birth?

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A new study out of the University of Washington shares that a move to a new home or residence in the first new months of pregnancy might put you at risk for premature birth. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares that the study looked at 28,000 women who moved during the first three months during pregnancy. Women who moved had a 42% increased risk of premature birth and a 37% chance of delivering with a low birth weight.

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