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Eating fast food linked to infertility
by Lisa Rapaport
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9 May 2018
On 9 May 2018 Reuters reported:
Women who eat a lot of fast food may take longer to become pregnant and be more likely to experience infertility than their counterparts who rarely if ever eat these types of meals, a recent study suggests. While women who rarely or never ate fast food had an 8 percent risk of infertility, the risk was 16 percent among women who ate fast food at least four times weekly.
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