Investigating paternal preconception risk factors for adverse pregnancy outcomes in a population of internet users

@inproceedings{Agricola2016InvestigatingPP,
  title={Investigating paternal preconception risk factors for adverse pregnancy outcomes in a population of internet users},
  author={Eleonora Agricola and Francesco Gesualdo and Emanuela Carloni and Angelo D’Ambrosio and Luisa Russo and Ilaria Campagna and Elisabetta Pandolfi and Alberto E. Tozzi},
  booktitle={Reproductive Health},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundPaternal preconception risk factors such as smoking, exposure to environmental substances, medication use, overweight and advanced age correlate with the occurrence of malformations and birth defects in the offspring. Nonetheless, the prevalence of risk factors for adverse pregnancy outcomes in the male population has been scarcely investigated and no report on preconception interventions targeting prospective fathers is available. We conducted a web-based survey to measure the… CONTINUE READING
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