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A new study from Oregon Health Sciences University shows there's a dramatic increase in the risk of stillbirth for mom's eating a high-fat diet. Doctor Antonio Frias says fat reduces the blood flow in the placenta, which is dangerous to the fetus. The risk of stillbirth is 35% higher. The study was conducted at the OHSU Primate Research Center and published in the Journal of Endocrinology.

 

 

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