Fish Intake During Pregnancy and Early Cognitive Development of Offspring

@article{Daniels2004FishID,
  title={Fish Intake During Pregnancy and Early Cognitive Development of Offspring},
  author={J. Daniels and M. Longnecker and A. Rowland and J. Golding},
  journal={Epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={394-402}
}
  • J. Daniels, M. Longnecker, +1 author J. Golding
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Epidemiology
  • Background: Fish is a source of many nutrients that can be beneficial during pregnancy, as well as a source of neurotoxicant contaminants such as methylmercury. Previous investigations of fish intake in relation to neurodevelopment have focused on possible damage from contaminants, whereas potential benefits of fish consumption have been relatively unexplored Methods: We evaluated the association between maternal fish intake during pregnancy and offspring's early development of language and… CONTINUE READING
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