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Study: Vitamin B3 Supplements Can Prevent Miscarriages

In a landmark new study, Australian researchers learned that many miscarriages and some birth defects are caused by lack of the molecule NAD, but simply taking vitamin B3 supplements can significantly reduce these instances. Women are advised to take these supplements beginning prior to becoming pregnant. The post Study: Vitamin B3 Supplements Can Prevent Miscarriages appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
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