WHO Doubles the Number of Prenatal Visits, Changes Guideline
The WHO revised and consolidated its recommendation to ensure babies not only have everything they need to thrive, but also to be sure expectant mothers remain healthy.

Dr. Ian Askew, Director of Reproductive Health and Research at the World Health Organization, told VOA, "Evidence shows that the more contacts the woman has with the health care system, the less likely for her to have a stillbirth or for there to be complications with newborn births. And the evidence suggests the more contacts a woman has from four to eight does reduce the likelihood of this."...