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Using the National Maternal and Infant Health Survey, this study will examine the impact of exercise on birth outcomes, specifically infant weight and infant death before one year. Results of this study will then be extended to pregnant women in lower socioeconomic groups and how programs could further improve birth outcomes and quality of life for women and children in this demographic.
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"Exercise and Birth Outcomes in Lower Socioeconomic Groups" (2014). Stander Symposium Posters. 454.
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