Factors/Maternal Behaviors That Affect Fetal Development

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Vladislava Milova
Sienna Christine Herndon
Han Phung
Jorge Gonzalez
Victoria Guajardo
Victoria Cazares
Kamyshla Galvan
Celeste Garza
Ximena Munoz
Janessa Trevino
Amy Aldaz

Keywords

Fetus, Pregnancy, Mother, Drugs & Smoking, Fetal Development, Labor, Diet, Viral Infection, Influence of Environment, Alcohol, Complications During Labor, Genetics

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