Weight management in pregnancy

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Olander, E. K.;
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Key learning points:\ud - Women who start pregnancy in an overweight or obese weight category have increased health risks\ud - Irrespective of pre-pregnancy weight category, there are health risks associated with gaining too much weight in pregnancy for both mother and ... View more
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