Pregnant women shouldn’t start taking vitamin B3 just yet

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Reports that the vitamin prevents miscarriage and birth defects are overblown, writes Claire Roberts Claire Roberts, Lloyd Cox Professorial Research Fellow, University of Adelaide Reports on a new study claim supplementation with vitamin B3 during pregnancy could prevent miscarriages and birth defects. So should all pregnant women start taking B3 supplements? Not so fast. While this is an interesting and

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