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Washington stillbirths linked to drinking water
Two high periods of stillbirth rates in Washington, D.C. occurred in parallel with two spikes in lead levels in drinking water, according to a new study.
Clue offered in tackling the Schmallenberg virus
A new research report indicates that a key building block in the Schmallenberg virus, which causes birth defects and stillbirths, could be a suitable target for anti-viral drugs.
Baby declared dead, found alive in morgue coffin 12 hours later
Last week, Analia Bouter delivered her fifth child, a baby girl at a hospital located in the town of Chaco in northern Argentina. The baby was pronounced stillborn at 10:24 AM.
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