B vitamins may help counteract a common pesticide’s detrimental effects on fertility

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“According to new research at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, women who have adequate levels of B vitamins are more likely to get pregnant and stay pregnant even with high levels of the common pesticide DDT, which is known to have harmful reproductive effects.” Read more at: http://blog.designsforhealth.com/si-42214/b-vitamins-may-help-counteract-a-common-pesticides-detrimental-effects-on-fertility?utm_campaign=Weekly+Science+Update&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=15719912&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-98n0Q0PfacJ1S270rfFoH9bO_q04EblKpP9MmDaFnz5rCGGMlef8gd7dt2qJ9WcibcLjfKWfzzt9vk-ASfeIutKdKFdg&_hsmi=15719912

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