Doctors warned that pregnant women who use over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs risk damaging their unborn children, because animal tests, on the basis of which many common drugs are certified as safe, are accurate only about half the time. | Harper's Magazine

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Doctors warned that pregnant women who use over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs risk damaging their unborn children, because animal tests, on the basis of which many common drugs are certified as safe, are accurate only about half the time.

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Doctors warned that pregnant women who use over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs risk damaging their unborn children, because animal tests, on the basis of which many common drugs are certified as safe, are accurate only about half the time.

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