Flu And Pregnancy

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(CNN) - A new study suggests moms getting an H1N1 Flu Vaccine during pregnancy can help their babies.  Researchers in Canada found that vaccinated mothers were less likely to have smaller babies.  They also found these women were less likely to have a pre-term birth.

Researchers say the findings are helpful in the discussion on maternal vaccinations.  The study is in June’s issue of the American Journal Of Public Health.