In a new study, research from Assistant Professor Samantha Ehrlich indicated that women who exercise at recommended levels during their first trimester of pregnancy have an increased risk of delivering small-for-gestational age infants. Results of the study were recently published by the American Journal of Epidemiology.
Read more abut this fascinating study at:
- Exercise During the First Trimester and Infant Size at Birth: Targeted Maximum Likelihood Estimation of the Causal Risk Difference
- Study: Exercise in First Trimester Affects Infant Size