Women have few reliable and easy-to-understand resources available to tell them what medications may be harmful to their unborn child if the drugs are used during pregnancy, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found. Women usually search the internet for information about pregnancy in general. However, when CDC researchers examined 25 pregnancy-related websites they found contradictory information about which drugs pose risks to pregnant women or their fetuses. One site listed 22 products as safe that were considered risky on another site. Plus, there was no information to back up safety claims made for 40 percent of ... Read More
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