Prenatal care traditions called into question

02/3/2004 | USA Today

Mounting research suggests more prenatal care isn't necessarily better, and fewer prenatal visits may in fact improve the health of expectant mothers and their babies. Research also calls into question traditional routines for down syndrome tests that are said to be too arbitrary, and a task force casts doubt on the benefits of routine screening for gestational diabetes.

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