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14 April 2011

Pregnant mom's gum disease treatment safe for baby

Adding to evidence that pregnant women can safely be treated for gum disease is a new study showing treatment doesn't affect the baby's health.

Adding to evidence that pregnant women can safely be treated for gum disease is a new study showing treatment doesn't affect the baby's health.

But those fears are baseless, the new study shows.

 
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