Healthy Living: Treating Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia is a condition where pregnant women develop high blood pressure, have swelling in the legs and a protein in the urine.

The condition develops in one in 25 pregnant women in the United States and is a factor in 15% of all pre-mature births.

Nearly a decade ago, doctors started recommending high-risk women take a regular baby aspirin to help prevent the condition.

In today’s Healthy Living, Andrea Ludema shares a new study that information might not be getting out.

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