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News release, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
CDC: "Preventing Health Risks Associated with Drinking Unpasteurized or Untreated Juice," "Listeriosis."
Colorado State University Extension: "Food Safety During Pregnancy."
Environmental Protection Agency: "What You Need to Know About Mercury in Fish and Shellfish."
FDA: “Safe Eats -- Dairy & Eggs," "Safe Eats -- Eating Out and Bringing In," "Safe Eats -- Fruits, Veggies & Juices," "Safe Eats -- Meat, Poultry & Seafood," "Safe Eats -- Ready-to-Eat-Foods," "While You’re Pregnant -- Listeria," "While You’re Pregnant -- Toxoplasma," "While You're Pregnant -- Methylmercury."
FoodSafety.gov: "Milk, Cheese, and Dairy Products."
Greenberg, J. Reviews in Obstetrics & Gynecology, fall 2008.
March of Dimes: "Food-borne Risks in Pregnancy," "Caffeine in Pregnancy," "Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy."
MedlinePlus: "Fish Oil."
News release, U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety & Inspection Service.
USDA: "USDA Revises Recommended Cooking Temperature for All Whole Cuts of Meat, Including Pork, to 145 ºF."
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