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Rates of pregnancy following kidney transplant have remained steady

Factors ID’d in Pregnancy Chances After Kidney Transplant

Likelihood of pregnancy after kidney transplant higher for Hispanic women versus white women
Maternal exposure to higher levels of fluoride during pregnancy may be associated with lower IQ scores in young children

Maternal Exposure to Fluoride Linked to Lower Offspring IQ

Higher daily intake of fluoride among pregnant women linked to 3.66-point lower IQ score in boys, girls
Renal pelvis dilatation at the fetal anomaly scan and persistent dilatation in later pregnancy or postpartum is associated with an increased risk for hospital admission in early childhood

Renal Anomaly on Fetal Scan May Up Risk for Admission for Child

Renal pelvis dilatation persisting in later pregnancy or after birth tied to increased risk for later admission
The seeming association between parity and risk for type 2 diabetes among postmenopausal women is likely explained by adult weight gain

Adult Weight Gain Likely Explains Link Between Parity, T2DM Risk

Risk for diabetes among postmenopausal women can be reduced by preventing adult weight gain
Laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis is associated with several adverse pregnancy outcomes

Endometriosis Tied to Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes

Association seen between endometriosis and pregnancy loss, hypertensive disorders, gestational diabetes
The dual burden of preterm birth and severe maternal morbidity has a rate of 37 per 10

Rate of Dual Burden 37 Per 10,000 Births in California

Significant predictors of dual burden of preterm birth, severe maternal morbidity include smoking, HTN
For women with intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy

Common Therapy for Obstetric Cholestasis Found Ineffective

Treatment with ursodeoxycholic acid versus placebo yielded no significant difference in outcome
Exercise during pregnancy may improve early neuromotor development of infant offspring

Exercise During Pregnancy May Boost Infant Development

Higher neuromotor scores seen in infants at 1 month of age
Moving to a new home in the first trimester of pregnancy is associated with an increased risk for low birth weight and preterm birth

Moving House in First Trimester Linked to Worse Infant Outcomes

Residence change linked to low birth weight and preterm birth in all socioeconomic strata
Pregnant women living near more oil and natural gas development activity have a greater chance of giving birth to children with congenital heart defects

Oil, Gas Well Exposure May Up Risk for Congenital Heart Defects

Link especially strong for births to mothers living in rural areas with oil, gas activity