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Iodine status in a large Canadian pregnancy cohort

Published:October 21, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajogmf.2022.100784
      Adequate iodine intake in pregnancy is essential for fetal neurodevelopment. Thirty-two percent of nonpregnant Canadian women of childbearing age were reported to have inadequate iodine intake.
      • Bertinato J
      • Qiao C
      • L'Abbé MR
      Iodine status of Canadian children, adolescents, and women of childbearing age.
      Because iodine requirements increase during pregnancy, pregnant women in Canada may be at risk for iodine deficiency.
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