NIH study suggests that women with moderate to severe iodine deficiency may take longer to achieve a pregnancy, compared to women with normal iodine levels [US Nat Institutes of Health, 11 Jan 2018]

Iodine is used by the body to regulate metabolism, bone growth, and brain development in children.

https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/iodine-deficiency-may-reduce-pregnancy-chances-nih-study-suggests

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