Of all the pregnant women you’ve known in your life, how many delivered their precious bundle of joy on their due date?

Probably not many. Only 5% of pregnant women deliver on their estimated due date, with most celebrating baby’s arrival one to three weeks early or late. But a new meta-analysis from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia says a routine test might help moms late in pregnancy narrow the window when baby is expected.


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Feauturing GPC’s Dr. Dian Tossy Fogle