Study finds prenatal low-dose aspirin doesn't harm baby's brain

12/22/2009 | Reuters

Baby aspirin taken by pregnant women for high-risk complications does not appear to affect brain development of very premature children at age 5, French researchers said. The study team reported in the January issue of Pediatrics that children whose mothers took low-dose aspirin actually had lower rates of behavioral impairment.

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