Published May 7, 2019 | 11:00 EDT (News release from JAMA Network)
Analysis of the results of 25 studies of nearly 197,000 women suggests a mother’s body mass index before pregnancy may increase risk of adverse maternal and infant outcomes more than the amount of weight gained during pregnancy does.

Canadian co-authors: Myriam Doyon, Université de Sherbrooke – myriam.doyon@usherbrooke.ca; Marie-France Hivert, Université de Sherbrooke – Marie-France.Hivert@usherbrooke.ca