New study: Chronic inflammation in pregnancy associated with delays in child neurodevelopment

In a study published in Biological psychiatry, Girchenko and others report that the children of mothers with higher levels of inflammation during pregnancy had a higher risk of child neurodevelopmental delay.

Additionally, maternal inflammation mediated the effects of prenatal environmental adversity on child neurodevelopmental delay.

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