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New U.S. guidelines advise doctors to avoid early hospital admittance and unnecessary medical interventions for women with low-risk pregnancies.
A new study suggests baby Aspirin could increase the chance of having a baby among women who have systemic inflammation.
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Reports of peanut butter being rubbed on play structures are causing serious concerns for parents of kids with peanut allergies.
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