Study suggests failing to take multivitamins while pregnant could set child back a year in school

Study suggests failing to take multivitamins while pregnant could set child back a year in school

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Keeping vitamin and nutrient levels up during pregnancy is essential for a healthy baby

Failing to take multivitamins during pregnancy could set a child back by a year by the time they reach secondary school, a new study suggests.

The issue of taking supplements is controversial for pregnant women, with research last year suggesting that it was a waste of money to take anything except folic acid and vitamin d.

But a new study by an international team including Harvard University, the University of California and the University of Lancaster,…


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