An article in the Wall Street Journal is getting attention from anyone who is or has ever been pregnant. The author, Emily Oster, is a mother, economist, and the author of the new book, “Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom is Wrong—and What You Really Need to Know”. Her argument–after using her training to parse literally every study known to pregnant womankind–is that health guidelines during pregnancy tend to be vague at best but alarmist and misleading at worst.
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http://pregdiets.com/drinking-while-pregnant.html Details about drinking alcohol during pregnancy. The potential risks and potential complications for your baby described in addition to daily limits for drinking wine during pregnancy. Have an alcohol-free pregnancy