Sun Exposure During Pregnancy Could Harm Your Baby's Health

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By Molly Grady

British researchers are linking sun exposure during pregnancy to multiple sclerosis.

They found babies born after the summer months had a lower risk of developing the disease.

Researchers say pregnant mothers get more sunlight during the summer increasing their baby's vitamin D levels.

They suggest pregnant women consider taking vitamin-D supplements if they're in areas with little winter sunlight.




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