This MDHHS pamphlet promotes the consumption of 400 micrograms of folic acid for all women of childbearing age to help reduce the risk of birth defects.
Order form for MDCH birth defects prevention materials.
Bookmarks with folic acid and general preconception health messages in English and Arabic for download and/or printing.
This MDCH pamphlet promotes the consumption of 400 micrograms of folic acid for all women of childbearing age to help reduce the risk of birth defects.
Order these public health genomics resources from the MDHHS Birth Defects Prevention and Newborn Screening programs with additional information on genetic counseling and family history.
If you’re thinking of getting pregnant soon or sometime in the future, it is important to start making healthy choices now, such as taking a multivitamin containing folic acid and visiting your healthcare provider.
An informational website with facts about folic acid and how it can help prevent birth defects.
A list free birth defects prevention materials from the CDC available in English and Spanish.
The Michigan Birth Defects Prevention program strives to prevent birth defects and provide support for all Michigan families affected with birth defects.
Preconception Health is a woman’s health before becoming pregnant. To reduce the chance of poor health outcomes for your baby, it is important for a woman to be as healthy as possible before conception.