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25% of All Pregnancies Aborted: WHO
BBC—A report in the Lancet, based on estimates from the World Health Organization and the Guttmacher Institute finds that more than 55 million induced abortions take place globally each year – a number that represents roughly 25 percent of the pregnancies, and is higher than previously thought.
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The New York Times—Children of mothers who drink diet soda and other artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy are more likely to be overweight by the time they are 1 year old than babies whose mothers drink no diet soda while pregnant.
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Belching and Burping
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