A couple of weeks ago, we pointed out that a report that BPA increases the risk of miscarriage in high-risk women was baseless. Now a cogent article in Forbes magazine carries the message even further.
If you thought you d seen all the putative risks to health from the chemical bisphenol-A (BPA), think again. It s been one of the most frequently cited supposedly dangerous chemicals in fear-mongers armamentaria.
It s not a new finding that obesity among pregnant women can adversely affect the health of both mom and baby. But the risk of adverse effects such as hypertension, gestational diabetes, and emergency C-section
A bad hangover isn t all to fear from alcohol consumption. A new study warns that if a woman drinks one alcoholic beverage per day, on average,
After having a child, Emily Oster began to to question the conventional wisdom given to her by doctors.