Study finds WIC has moderate impact on birth outcomes

05/2/2010 | Center for Advancing Health

The overall impact of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children on birth outcomes is only moderate, a review concluded. However, one expert said that there are benefits to improving maternal nutrition for the developing fetus and that the study didn't look at the programs' benefits after birth.

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