EXPERTS believe they have come a step closer to understanding why women suffer miscarriages.
A study out yesterday found that the babies involved in miscarriage had always failed to grow properly in the first few weeks of life.
The research, on 292 women, revealed that the so-called crown-rump length (CRL) of the foetus was "significantly smaller" in pregnancies that subsequently ended in miscarriage.
Full story: http://news.scotsman.com/scitech/Miscarriage--linked-to-.4451376.jp
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