Newer epilepsy drugs taken while pregnant not linked to lower IQs in children

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Two newer epilepsy drugs may not harm the thinking skills or IQs of school-aged children whose mothers took them while pregnant — but an older drug is linked to cognitive problems in children, especially if their mothers took high doses — according to new research.

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