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Folate supplementation needed in women of childbearing age to prevent NTDs -- JAMA.

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FOLATE SUPPLEMENTATION NEEDED FOR WOMEN SEEKING TO BECOME PREGNANT to ensure optimal levels of folic acid and prevent folate-responsive neural tube defects, Judith Brown, PhD, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, et al., conclude in a study reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Even women who have balanced diets including folate supplemented cereals and grains do not have sufficient folate levels to ward off neural tube defects, the researchers state.
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