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Chronic stress during pregnancy is known to raise the risk for a number of factors in unborn children, such asthma, allergies, and low birthweight, among others. A new study published in the American Journal of Public Health suggests that it is also a major factor that can lead to increased childhood cavities. Maternal Allostatic Load, Caretaking Behaviors, and Child Dental
http://canyongatedental.com/maternal-stress-increases-risk-for-cavities/

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