Behavior can help reduce some birth defect risks

01/10/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

Women can minimize the risk of certain birth defects before they become pregnant, writes pediatrician Dana Johnson. Keeping current on vaccinations, hand-washing, and abstaining from alcohol, tobacco or narcotics are among the steps that can reduce birth defect risk, Johnson writes. This is National Birth Defects Prevention Month.

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