Prenatal exercise lowers risks of C-sections, higher birth weights

Pregnant women who exercise can significantly lower the risk of undergoing cesarean sections and giving birth to large babies, a study has found. Prenatal exercise has been suggested to be a means to prevent childhood obesity through a “normalization” in birth weight (ie. reducing the risk of having a large baby at birth).

from Fitness News — ScienceDaily http://bit.ly/1PgQapB
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