Women get pregnancy supplements wrong: study

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Australian women are well aware that folic acid and iodine are recommended supplements to take during pregnancy, but only a quarter of them adhere to the recommendations, say Australian scientists.The study, Poor adherence to folic acid and iodine supplement recommendations in preconception and pregnancy: a cross-sectional analysis, found that around 90% of the 857 participants

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