Risk of cardiovascular disease and antioxidant response is associated
with Hp phenotype in non-pregnant populations, but according to new
research from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, New York, Hp phenotype is
not associated with risk of preeclampsia.
Increasing numbers of children suffering from obesity is a grave
concern regarding public health. Obesity numbers in younger populations
is disproportionate based on race and ethnicity.
A new study reveals that women working directly with pesticides and plasticizers may have less chance of getting pregnant.
There are four blood types: O, A, B, and AB. The blood types have different racial and ethnic differences.
Are weight gain recommendations during pregnancy based on race?