A study says women who work during pregnancy are no more likely to have a premature or low-birth-weight baby compared with those who don't work. However, researchers say job characteristics that could raise the likelihood of premature birth and low birth weight should be taken into consideration. The findings appear in the journal Women's Health Issues.
Working during pregnancy isn't linked to higher preterm-birth risk
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