Caffeine consumption could affect fertility. The National Institue of Health (NIH) and Ohio State Univeristy performed a study that looked into miscarriage risks in early pregnancy. Caffeine was one of factors that showed an increase risk for miscarriage. When the women drank more than 2 cups of coffee in the weeks leading up to conception there was a higher risk for miscarriage. What is also interesting is that increased caffeine in men also showed an increase risk for miscarriage in the first seven weeks of pregnancy.
Read the full article here:
Couples’ Pre-Pregnancy Caffeine Consumption Linked to Miscarriage Risk
Latest posts by HealthStatus (see all)
- Coping In A Toxic Work Environment - December 17, 2018
- Weighted Blankets Improve Sleep - December 13, 2018
- AP Exclusive: First Gene-Edited Babies Claimed in China - December 12, 2018