The Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) is pleased to announce the launch of the fifth MHTF-PLOS Collection, “Non-Communicable Diseases and Maternal Health Around the Globe.” Read the open access papers that have been published in PLOS One as part of the collection so far:
- Maternal cancer and congenital anomalies in children – a Danish nationwide cohort study
- Characteristics of women age 15-24 at risk for excess weight gain during pregnancy
- Interventions to treat mental disorders during pregnancy: A systematic review and multiple treatment meta-analysis
- Maternal depression and anxiety disorders (MDAD) and child development: A Manitoba population-based study
- Associations between quality of life, physical activity, worry, depression and insomnia: A cross-sectional designed study in healthy pregnant women
- Implementation of a diabetes in pregnancy clinical register in a complex setting: Findings from a process evaluation
- Maternal BMI and diabetes in pregnancy: Investigating variations between ethnic groups using routine maternity data from London, UK
- Metabolic markers during pregnancy and their association with maternal and newborn weight status
- Impact of maternal body mass index and gestational weight gain on neonatal outcomes among healthy Middle-Eastern females
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Learn more about the MHTF-PLOS Collection on Maternal Health.
Read the MHTF Quarterly highlighting issues related to non-communicable diseases and maternal health.