Birth Defects in Children

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U.S. Health Care Costs From Birth Defects Total Almost $23 Billion a Year

1 in 20 Pregnant Women Infected With Zika Have Babies With Birth Defects: CDC

Antibody Treatment Shields Fetus From Zika -- in Mice

Antidepressants During Pregnancy Safe for Baby: Study

Antiviral Flu Drugs Safe in Mid-to-Late Pregnancy: Study

Birth Defects From Zika More Far-Reaching Than Thought

Blood Test May Spot Babies at Risk for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Cases of Zika-Linked Birth Defects Dropped in Brazil in 2016

Down Syndrome May Not Be Big Financial Burden on Families

Experimental Vaccines Might Shield Fetus From Zika

Far Fewer Kids Are Dying Worldwide, but Gains Are Uneven

Higher Pregnancy Weight Tied to Raised Odds for Birth Defects

Just 10 Cigarettes During Pregnancy Can Harm Kids

More Than Half of Brazilian Women Avoid Pregnancy Due to Zika Fear

MRI Helps Assess Fetal Brain Abnormalities: Study

New Clues on How Zika Causes Brain Birth Defects

New Guidelines Reaffirm Prenatal Folic Acid to Curb Birth Defects

Pregnancy OK for Most Women With Congenital Heart Conditions: Report

Risk of Birth Defects 20 Times Higher for Zika Moms: CDC

Scientists Probe Zika's Path to the Fetus

Smoking in Pregnancy Tied to Kidney Damage in Kids

Study Shows How Zika Attacks Infant Brain

Surviving Congenital Heart Disease as Child Not a Ticket to Good Health

Tracking Blood Sugar in Pregnancy Might Lower Heart Defect Risk for Baby

Zika Arrived in Florida at Least Four Different Ways

Zika Risk May Be Lower Than Thought for Some Pregnant Women

Zika-Linked Birth Defects Surge in Colombia: CDC