Omega-3 linked to reduced premature births

Increased intake of omega-3 long-chain fatty acids during pregnancy has been found to reduce risk of premature birth, according to a recent Cochrane review A Cochrane review has found evidence that omega-3 consumption during pregnancy through supplements or food, compared with placebo or no omega-3, could reduce risk of preterm birth (< 37 weeks) by

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