Domestic Dish: In vitro fertilization may lead to birth defects

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Couples who undergo in vitro fertilization may be at a higher risk for birth defects.

A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that babies conceived through IVF were more prone to defects of the eye, heart and reproductive organs.

Experts are not sure if it's related to the procedures or to the health conditions that lead prospective parents to seek treatment.

Also in this edition of the Domestic Dish, the FDA says energy drinks may have led to five deaths in the past year and our products of the day.

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