The National Institutes of Health yesterday reported that a healthy diet from around the time of conception through the second trimester may reduce for women the risk of several common pregnancy complications. The research authors cite benefits in preventing gestational diabetes, pregnancy-related blood pressure disorders, hypertension, pre-eclampsia and pre-term delivery. 

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