A recent study suggests that pregnant women should avoid tap water, certain types of fish, caffeine, and canned goods that may put developing babies at risk. Researchers at the University of California believe that pregnant women regularly consume food and drinks that contain toxins. These toxins are believed to impose serious health risks to the developing fetus. A team of psychologists from UC Riverside and UC San Diego found that the diets of pregnant Hispanic women included tuna, salmon, canned foods, tap water, caffeine, alcohol and over-the-counter medications that contain substances known to cause birth defects.
Learn more about this study: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/264562.php